3 edition of How American Buying Habits Change. found in the catalog.
How American Buying Habits Change.
United States. Department of Labor.
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Hoffmann, Charles, "How American Buying Habits ed by the United States Department of Labor. Department of Labor. Washington: Government. Miss Gregurovich, who lives in Tudor City, was echoing the sentiments of many Americans who have made significant changes in their food-buying habits in the last two years.
A new American Diet Report Card (pdf) confirms it: we eat far too much cheese, sugar, starch and red meat. We don't eat enough fruits .