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Vol. 10, Special Issue 8 (2021)

Food consumption pattern in rural areas

Author(s):
Preeti, Dr. Kiran Singh and Vaishali Sindhu
Abstract:
Food is important daily necessity which is the most essential element for survival of mankind. With the difference in lifestyle and pattern of different places the food habit also fluctuates as per the atmosphere and culture. The present study aim to understand the food consumption pattern of two rural areas which are the most opposite nature district with Mewat rural being the lowest per capita income district of Haryana and Gurugram, the most developed area with highest per capita income to access and evaluate the expenditure pattern. 240 respondents were selected for assessing expenditure pattern using stratified random sampling technique. The results stated the maximum expenditure by the Mewat rural people was on Cereals and pulses whereas the maximum expenditure by the Gurugram rural was on the dairy products.
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How to cite this article:
Preeti, Dr. Kiran Singh and Vaishali Sindhu. Food consumption pattern in rural areas. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(8S): 531-534.

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