More than half of Americans have changed their eating habits to better cope with rising food prices, according to a Morning Consult survey.
At the same time, 80% of respondents said that they increasingly refuse to go to restaurants and bars. 72% of consumers have also made adjustments to their shopping lists by cutting meat-related items.
Just under half of Americans (46%) reported that they have started buying more frozen and processed foods. More than 50% refused to buy organic products. Nearly three-quarters of those surveyed (68%) confirmed that they had reduced their purchases of alcohol.
Meanwhile, 59% of women surveyed said they had to revise their grocery basket, while among men there were only 46% of respondents who answered yes to this question.