RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Rising food prices have forced Brazilians to juggle between meals. It has become increasingly common to reduce the consumption of some items or exchange them for less expensive ones.
This scenario was examined in a Datafolha Institute survey, released on Monday, September 20, in Folha de S.Paulo newspaper.
In the survey, conducted between September 13 and 15, 85% of Brazilians said they had reduced their consumption of foods such as beef, soft drinks, juices, and dairy products.
Instead of meat, eggs have been widely used as the main source of protein, particularly for families most . . .