Previous articleNext article No AccessStructural Change in the Impact of Income on Food Consumption in China, 1989–1993Xuguang Guo, Thomas A. Mroz, Barry M. Popkin, and Fengying ZhaiXuguang GuoUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Search for more articles by this author , Thomas A. MrozUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Search for more articles by this author , Barry M. 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