Unfortunately, their cost data is years out of date. If you wish, you can multiply the costs by some appropriate inflation factor, say, 2. Even then, I suspect that typical prices have changed with respect to each other. Still, this should be an inexpensive diet.
Only 2,000 kilocalories in this computer-generated diet. It meets all the nutritional requirements for a male, 30 to 50 years old. No warranty on palatability.
- 153.6 grams, $1.5/kg, Milk, dry, whole, with added vitamin D.
- 0.8 grams, $6.8/kg, Cereals ready-to-eat, KELLOGG, KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN COMPLETE Wheat Flakes.
- 26 grams, $3.2/kg, Tomatoes, sun-dried.
- 190.3 grams, $0.2/kg, Mixed vegetable and fruit juice drink, with added nutrients.
- 49.7 grams, $0.3/kg, Rolls, dinner, rye.
- 445.6 grams, $0.2/kg, Tortillas, ready-to-bake or -fry, corn.
- 1.1 grams, $3/kg, Chicken liver, braised.
- 189.8 grams, $0.4/kg, Pinto, calico, or red Mexican beans, dry, cooked, fat not added in cooking.
- 21 grams, $3.4/kg, Peanut butter, vitamin and mineral fortified.
I'll post more diets, as I get them. Bon apétit!