I am always amazed how much stuff the average household has. Food is the largest item of household expenditure for low income households, after housing, fuel and power costs. That's £7.50/day (remember there are 7 days in a given week). Gammon steaks (£1.50 each) 3/4 for me and Liam and a bit for the 2 year old ;) We are a family of four and we spend £40 on weekly food shop and under £10 on top ups - £40 includes nappies. Family Food provides evidence based estimates of changes in shopping behaviour in response to higher prices. Go to Family Food 2017/18: About Family Food. In this bulletin, all figures have been deflated when comparing the main classification of individual consumption by purpose (COICOP) categories over time. For London, the average weekly amount was £21.50, whilst households in Wales had a weekly average amount more than £7.00 lower at £14.20. Similar to previous years, mortgages (27%), net rent (20%) and charges (18%), such as Council Tax and water charges, were the top 3 housing costs. I guess it's all in the planning. Nutrient intake estimates can be derived from the purchase data. Lidls sometimes do a 24 pack of cushelle toilet rolls for £6.99 which lasts us 2 months. Quite an expensive one this - about a fiver for the lot ^ Note, the 'per person' figure is averaged over men, women and children of all ages. For foods within a given food category, price changes are measured by the Retail Price Index, which contains a lower level of detail on food types than the Consumer Price Index or CPIH . Lidls,local market(ours is great)99p shop we spend £260 a month for 7 of us and 10 pets.So 3 of us no pets I'd say £120 a month. Households in decile 1 have traded down on bacon, cheese, eggs, tea and soft drinks. Granted we don't spend on meat, but looking at some of the numbers below (£120???) Therefore, with prices going down people were able to trade up from the products they were buying in 2014. (Note: for the purposes of this article, "food" includes non-alcoholic drinks but not alcoholic drinks.) Figure 6 shows that average net rent varies widely throughout the UK. In 2016/17, the average food price inflation, measured by the CPI, was negative (i.e. Figure 1 shows average weekly household spending, over a longer time period. Furthermore, there are extra tables in this bulletin reporting important information from the financial year ending 2015 (2014/15) to enable comparisons with the previous financial year. A Tesco meal deal (which I would consider 'cheap' food) costs £3. Equivalisation takes into account that households with many members are likely to need a higher income to achieve the same standard of living as households with fewer members. Only 14% of households in the lowest income group owned a dishwasher, compared with 84% of households in the highest income group. Or families with 5 kids?
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