FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Let freedom ring -- in the most delicious way possible. Think crunchy corn-on-the-cob, creamy potato salad, and perfectly charred hotdogs and hamburgers.
What Are You Serving At Your July 4 Barbecue?
Hamburgers & Hotdogs
According to the National Retail Federation, 65.5 percent of Americans will take part in some kind of barbecue, cookout or picnic, spending an average of $73.42.
Last year, says a report by Nielsen, Americans spent the most on chicken and beef -- approximately $389 million on both food categories. Folks also spent $116 million on cherries, $114 million on salad and $83 million on watermelon.
And let's not forget the beer. Keeping to a patriotic theme, revelers chose American over foreign with 61 million cases of domestic beer consumed compared to 10.7 million cases of imported beer.
Go HERE for more details outlined by Statista, then tell us what's on your barbecue list.
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