U.S. household food expenditure – HumanProgress

USDA ERS – Food Prices and Spending

In 2021, U.S. consumers spent an average of 10.3 percent of their disposable personal income on food—divided between food at home (5.2 percent) and food away from home (5.1 percent). The share of disposable personal income spent on total food has trended downward since 1961—driven by a decline in share of income spent on food at home.

Total food budget share increased from 9.4 percent of disposable income to 10.3 percent in 2021

Food spending as a share of income declines as income rises

The US Spends Less On Food Than Any Other Country In The World [MAPS] (ibtimes.com)