This phrase many know from childhood. But there is another question: how much money is spent on what you eat?
Below I will just give the usual prices of products in the United States. For convenience, all the values transferred to a convenient form. All of the sources mentioned in the text. Compare that to Russia, when everyone can hike to the nearest magazin.Srazu warn - all products of very good quality, not rotten, and the shelf life does not expire tomorrow or have already expired. Update: This is the average market and supermarket. Not standing goal to seek the cheapest goods.
So, oz - ounce is equal to 28.35 g as a measure of weight and 30 ml of liquid.
lb - pound, equal to 454 g
Gallon - gallon equals 3.784 liters.
$ 1 at the time of writing collections was 29.09 Russian rubles.
That is, with great accuracy $ / lb = 64.08 p / kg.
Tomatoes - $ 0.85, $ 0.99, $ 1.29 per pound (54.47 p / kg, 63.44 p / kg, 82.66 p / kg).
Potatoes (red) - $ 2.49 for a 5-pound bag (31.91 p / kg), white - $ 3.69 for a bag of 10-foot (23.65 p / kg).
Away expensive apples at $ 1.18 per pound (75.61 p / kg).
Bananas green (because fresh) - $ 0.51 per pound (32.68 p / kg). (are they still rose 2 cents, apparently because of the gasoline).
Pineapples - $ 2.99 per share (86.98 p), coconuts - $ 2.49 per share (72.43 p).
Green peppers - $ 0.75 per share (21.82 p) Apples - $ 0.89 per pound (57.03 p / kg) or $ 25.99 for a box.
Tomatoes Cherry - $ 1.29 for a box (p 37.53), expensive red potatoes - $ 0.99 per pound (63.44 p / kg), apples are very expensive - $ 1.79 per pound (114.7 p / kg).