There’s a reason people in the United States eat frozen meals at the moment: the industry is struggling.
Food prices are high, food quality is bad, and most Americans don’t have access to healthy foods.
A new study out of Duke University and the University of Colorado School of Medicine says there is a “lack of consumer choice” for frozen food and that Americans aren’t buying it at the supermarket.
The study, published in the journal Food Policy, found that only 12% of Americans said they eat frozen foods at least occasionally.
People were also less likely to say they buy fresh, local foods, and more likely to consume foods from companies that have been bought by foreign governments.
This may have something to do with the fact that American consumers don’t tend to buy locally, and this lack of choice is leading to a lot of food waste, according to the Duke researchers.
There’s also been a big push by food companies to promote fresh food and avoid the use of animal-derived ingredients, like milk, butter, and egg, which can lead to a higher cost for the consumer.
The Duke researchers say they are not recommending Americans eat frozen meal, but it’s something they think might be beneficial.
“Frozen food is not the only thing that’s out there that is out there, but if you don’t think about it, maybe you don’st really need it,” said study author Emily O’Malley, a food policy researcher at Duke.
She added that Americans need to think about what their choices are and what they would prefer if they could get their own food.
O’Brien’s study found that in a food-processing plant, only 10% of workers use natural ingredients like milk and butter to make food.
This means that about 70% of food workers are using non-animal products like butter, which contributes to a much higher food waste.
The researchers also looked at the number of Americans who are using ice cream in their homes, and found that while they make up less than 10% or 15% of the total ice cream consumption, this group makes up about 60% of those who eat frozen ice cream.
The authors also found that, overall, consumers are eating a lot more meat.
They found that people who were most likely to be eating more meat than average were younger adults (aged 18 to 34) and people who live in areas with higher levels of industrial agriculture.
“There’s a lot less choice,” said O’Sullivan, who added that there’s also a lot to be concerned about.
People who don’t like frozen food may also be reluctant to buy it at all, and as a result, there’s a significant amount of food wasted every year, according the study.
The report found that there were about 13.4 million tons of frozen food in the U.S. last year, and that this was about 10% more than the year before.
The problem is that a lot is wasted, including food that could have been used to make more nutritious, affordable food.
The Food and Drug Administration has said it will begin a new study on the subject of food storage.
This is not an entirely new concern, according for instance, to an FDA report released in 2016, which warned that “the global appetite for fresh, frozen, and canned food is rapidly rising and may be reaching critical mass.”