The Food Expenditure Survey is a periodic survey designed to supplement the Survey of Household Spending (SHS) by providing a level of expenditure detail on food commodities not feasible in the context of the SHS methodology. Data from the Food Expenditure Survey and the Survey of Household Spending are used to update the weights used in the calculation of the Consumer Price Index.
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