41% men are primary food shoppers in household

As many as 41 percent of men said they are the primary grocery shoppers for their families, according to recent NPD research. That is a jump for the gender since 2011, when only 31 percent made the same claim and a leap from 1985 when only 14 percent of men did the shopping. One big factor in the change is more consumers living alone. Story

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