... if you have any income at all, yes.
I just read today that Americans on the average spent $4,000 eating out last year. That breaks down to about $75 a week ~ so I'd guess they may even spend more than that. Americans also waste 40 percent of that food, which makes those excursions even pricier!
And of the food that gets eaten, how much is even good for them? Further, much of our health care spending goes to treat illnesses caused by the way we eat.
But this isn't out of control spending. It's all very much within the control of every person who eats.
Think about it ~ if you cut your trips to the restaurants by half, and then actually planned the meals that you have at home (because we waste 40 percent of kitchen food, too), you might end up with an extra $100 a week, or $400 at the end of the month ~ or enough over a year's time to buy a used car, make some home improvements, or take a vacation.
It would take some planning and some lifestyle changes, and the family would have to make a united effort (not a small challenge).
But if you end up healthier and wealthier for it, it may well be worth considering!