Contributions of Nonalcoholic Beverages to the U.S. Diet
by Oral Capps, Jr., Annette Clauson
, Joanne Guthrie
, Grant Pittman, and Matthew Stockton
Economic Research Report No. (ERR-1) 69 pp, March 2005
This report analyzes consumer demand and nutritional issues associated with nonalcoholic beverages purchased for at-home use by looking at demographic variables such as household size, household income, education level, and region. The beverages include milk, carbonated soft drinks, bottled water, fruit juices, fruit drinks, coffee, tea, and isotonics (sports drinks).
Keywords: nonalcoholic beverages, nutrient intake, cross-tabulations, regression
In this publication...
- Report Summary, 170 kb | HTML
- Abstract, Acknowledgments, Contents, and Summary, 236 kb
- Introduction, 54 kb
- Analysis of Average Available Intakes of Calories, Calcium, Vitamin C, and Caffeine, 50 kb
- How Consumers Decide To Buy or Not To Buy Nonalcoholic Beverages, 53 kb
- Regression Analysis of Caloric, Calcium, Vitamin C, and Caffeine Intakes, 38 kb
- Preparation of the 1999 ACNielsen Homescan Panel Data, 67 kb
- Conclusions, 37 kb
- References, 37 kb
- Figures, 1-41, 188 kb
- Entire Document, 459 kb
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