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SAN FRANCISCO Wholesale Air Max Shoes Online , May 13 (Xinhua) -- A new nationwide study of young baby boomers in the United States contradicts the popular belief that fast-food consumption is concentrated among the poor.


Instead, results showed that middle-income Americans were most likely to eat fast food, and the richest people were only slightly less likely to report fast food consumption, although the differences from other groups was relatively small.


"It's not mostly poor people eating fast food in America," said Jay Zagorsky, research scientist at the Ohio State University's Center for Human Resource Research and co-author of the study already published online and scheduled to appear in the journal Economics and Human Biology.


The researchers used data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth, which has questioned the same group of randomly selected Americans since 1979.


In the study, Zagorsky and Patricia Smith of the University of Michigan-Dearborn used data from about 8,000 people who were asked about their fast-food consumption in the 2008, 2010 and 2012 surveys.


Participants, who were in their 40s and 50s at the time of the surveys, were asked how many times in the past seven days they had eaten "food from a fast-food restaurant such as McDonald's, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Pizza Hut or Taco Bell."


Overall, 79 percent of respondents ate fast food at least once and 23 percent ate three or more meals during any one of the weeks recorded in the study.


And while there were some slight differences in how wealth and income were related to fast-food consumption, Zagorsky said, the results were similar.


The lowest 10 percent in terms of income ate about 3.6 fast-food meals during the three weeks of the survey, compared to about 4.2 meals for middle-income people and three meals for the richest 10 percent of participants.


Zagorsky said he hopes the results of this study can help guide policymakers when they come up with laws regarding how to prevent obesity or guide nutritional choices for Americans.


"If government wants to get involved in regulating nutrition and food choices, it should be based on facts. This study helps reject the myth that poor people eat more fast food than others and may need special protection," he said in a news release from the Ohio State University.


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TIANJIN, March 24 (Xinhua) -- Goubuli, one of China's longest established food brands from the northern city of Tianjin, has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Australian health product company Blooms Bluesky Holding.


Goubuli, has adopted the English name "Go Believe," will acquire 78 percent of the latter, said Zhang Yansen, president of the Tianjin Goubuli Group Corporation.


Zhang told Xinhua that through the cooperation, Goubuli will introduce technology and products from Blooms Bluesky to China, while promoting its own stuffed buns overseas.


This is not Goubuli's first cooperation with an Australian enterprise.


In 2014, it joined with Australia's coffee shop franchise Gloria Jean's Coffees and now owns more than 100 Gloria Jean's Coffee shops and Goubuli restaurants in China.


NEW YORK, May 5 (Xinhua) -- It is critical and important for kids in the United States and Europe to learn Chinese nowadays, as a booming China generates a huge demand for Western employees speaking both fluent English and Chinese in the years to come.


This was the consensus among teachers, students and experts at the Experience China Open Day held by the Chinese Consulate General in New York City Friday evening.


The function attracted more than 200 U.S. teachers, students and parents to the Chinese Consulate General, participating in various cultural immersion games such as paper cutting, making Chinese knots, calligraphy and playing Guzheng, a traditional Chinese musical instrument.

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