lower socioeconomic status correlated with greater purchasing of junk food. #FileAwayForLater

New brief published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine finds that:

Low-socioeconomic status supermarket shoppers purchase calories in inexpensive forms that are higher in fat and less nutrient-rich.

Not much of a surprise, but still useful to see social science drawing these links.

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