THE IMPACT OF HOUSEHOLD CHARACTERISTICS ON THE DEMAND FOR ANIMAL PROTEIN FOOD AWAY FROM HOME IN JAKARTA
Keywords:animal protein, food away from home, household, quantile regression, socioeconomic
Socio-economic conditions and demographics determine people's lifestyles, including food consumption expenditures. So far, research on food consumption away from home has only used a homogeneous household sample, and only a few have been found in Indonesia. This study aimed to analyze household characteristics' impact on animal protein food expenditure away from home using quantile regression analysis. The study used secondary data consisting of 4,346 household data in Jakarta from SUSENAS March 2020. The results show that spending on animal protein foods away from home in all income quintiles is not affected by household income. It shows that all household groups at various income levels have consumed animal protein foods away from home. Factors that have a positive and significant effect on protein food expenditure away from home are household food expenditure, age of the head of the family, number of family members, wife's education level, and location of residence. The presence of children under the age of 17 has a negative and significant influence. Therefore, it is necessary to monitor and guarantee food safety by producers and consumers to meet the adequacy of protein per capita which is healthy and nutritious.
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