The families with kids living in towns eat more meat, dairy products and eggs. The rural people eat more bakery products. This data comes out from a research carried out by the National Statistics Bureau into households where there are children.
A person from such a family consumed 17 kg of dairy products a month in towns, that’s 3.5 kg more than in villages.
A city dweller consumed 14 eggs a months, while a villager -- 12.
The difference of monthly meat consumption per median inhabitant is 500 grams more in urban localities than in rural ones.
Although village people grow their fruit and vegetables, they eat less of them 11 kg a month per person, compared to 11.6 kg per urban inhabitant, on average in 2016.