SEATTLE — Consumers are altering their eating habits to cut down on at-home meal costs, according to an online survey conducted earlier this month by Four in 10 (40%) respondents reported that they’ve stopped buying food items because of cost; 38% are serving smaller portions to make food last longer; 22% are skipping meals or have considered skipping meals to make sure their kids have enough food; and 46% say the U.S. government should be more active in regulating food ...

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