As part of this dietary transition, this chapter analyses the pervasiveness of eating out, both spatially and across different expenditure groups. The analysis suggests that eating out is not just a middle income/expenditure class urban phenomenon, but far more pervasive. Further, as food composition and quality differ (relative to home-cooked food), there are nutritional implications.
|Title of host publication||Diets, Malnutrition, and Disease: The Indian Experience|
|Editors||Raghav Gaiha, Raghbendra Jha & Vani S Kulkarni|
|Place of Publication||New Delhi, India|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|