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October 2013
Centre d’Etudes et de Prospective

Social differences in food consumption

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Analysis report from the Centre d’Etudes et de Prospective.
Despite the rise of mass consumption, social differences have not disappeared for food. They have evolved, moved and sometimes reversed: thus, while the consumption of fish is more common in more affluent households, the meat, once reserved for the privileged classes, is now larger at the bottom of the social ladder .

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