The Diet of the Black Consumer - US - May 2011
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It is important to state that the cultural insights, implications, and health-related information contained in this report are not applicable to the foreign-born Black population, which represents more than 8.5% of the total Black population. Black African and Caribbean immigrants have no cultural or generational ties to the U.S. soul food diet and are unlikely to consume soul food items in any significant quantity. Black African and Caribbean immigrants are less likely to suffer from health problems related to the lifelong, multigenerational consumption of soul food, fast food, and processed foods compared to African Americans. Therefore, references to African Americans or Black consumers in this report are not meant to include the Black immigrant population.
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