Our Favorite Foods
What do we like to eat?
Americans have an endless selection of food and drink from which to choose. From Italian, Mexican, American foods, etc., to fast foods, fine dining, and a towering list of beverages. Many of us consume certain foods and drinks more often than others. For example, the top four foods in the United States are:
- Hamburgers 13 billion burgers each year
- Hot Dogs Americans eat on average 50 hot dogs annually
- Pizza 94 percent of Americans eat 3 billion pizzas per year
- French Fries Over 2 million tons of French fries are consumed each year
Soft drinks make the list of the most common beverage consumed in the U.S., with most Americans drinking at least one glass of soda or one soft drink every day. That equates to an average of 44 gallons of soda being consumed annually. However, the number one choice of thirst quencher in America is water. Americans drink approximately 58 gallons of water a year!
But what about alcohol, coffee, and milk? Surely, they must be somewhere on the list. Not to worry – they most certainly are! The annual consumption of alcohol among Americans is approximately 19 percent or 9.4 billion gallons; coffee 15 percent (7.2 billion gallons); and milk at 12 percent (5.9 billion gallons).
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