Mint.com gathers large amounts of data about its users’ purchasing habits. According to their blog, “”The Food & Dining category is one of the most closely tracked by Mint.com users, many of whom set up budgets for all sorts of spending in the category, from groceries and restaurants to fast food and coffee shops.”
The following video highlights the correlation between particular times of year and the average consumers spend on groceries, coffee shops, and fast food. There are numerous additional valuable insights we could gain from their anonymized data.
Mint.com asks: “How does your spending on food and dining compare to that of your peers?
What questions would you like to see answered with their data?