Sept. 9, 2013: Men and Women Mostly Shop the Same

A new report from Midan Marketing found that many men are taking care of the food shopping for their households. And, there might not be much of a difference in the way women and men approach food shopping. The “Manfluence” report compared the behaviors between the women and men who do more than half of their family’s shopping and meal preparation, and who have eaten fresh beef, chicken or pork at home at least once in the past month. Forty-seven percent of all men fit this description.

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