The National Food Survey for 1987 presents data on consumption and expenditure for the main types of food - and their nutritional value - analysed by a number of factors including region, household composition and income group. In addition, special analyses examine changes in consumption of fruit and vegetables since 1965 and the contribution they make to the diet, as well as regional variations in food consumption and how these have changed over time. The report would be useful to those looking for statistics on what we eat and how our "national diet" has altered in relatively recent years.
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