The latest food survey from Nielsen and the Food and Drug Administration finds that Americans are eating more processed and packaged foods.
The numbers show that processed foods and packaged food have become the top sources of processed and processed food consumption, as well as the top two sources of protein.
Overall, the survey showed that Americans consumed an average of 2,903 calories a day from packaged and prepared foods.
The second most consumed food is eggs, followed by fruits, followed only by bread.
However, the biggest category of processed food is pasta, which is the third most consumed and is the second-most-processed food category.
This year, Americans are consuming an average 1,906 calories a week from pasta, followed closely by pizza, fish and chicken.
Americans ate an average 790 calories a meal from cereal and pasta products in 2014, up from 595 calories a year earlier.
The survey also found that Americans ate more processed food than they did in 2014.
Among the top three foods consumed per week in 2014 was chocolate, followed not by coffee, tea or hot chocolate, but by chocolate, ice cream, fruit and vegetables.
According to the Nielsen survey, Americans ate an extra 3,500 calories a night in 2014 from processed foods, with a high of 7,500 a night from breakfast cereals, 5,600 a night on processed foods that were not bread, and 2,500 daily on processed food that were bread.