Beverage consumption patterns in New York State.J Am Diet Assoc. 1975 Sep; 67(3):222-7.JA
Beverage consumption rates for consumers between twelve and sixty-five years of age in three New York cities were estimated, using a 24 hr. recall procedure with each of the 8,492 respondents. Individual consumers were interviewed to collect detailed data on the type and quantity of beverage, time of day, and place of consumption (home or away from home). Data on mean per capital consumption and market penetration were computed for seven beverage categories and are summarized according to age, sex, race, and market classifications. Data are also presented concerning consumption at home and away from home, during both meal and non-meal periods. Differences appeared in comparisons of adults vs. teenagers, males vs. females, and Upstate vs. New York City respondent.