How much does it cost to eat in 2015?

According to the USDA Office of the United States - 2013 pricing

Food costs for one week - Pricing from December 2013 **(the most recent government figures available)**

Food costs for one week for one child,
age: - Thrifty plan - Low-cost plan - Moderate cost plan - Liberal plan

1 year -      $22.00 -  $29.80 -  $33.60 -  $41.10

2-3 years - $24.00 -  $30.80 -  $37.10 -  $45.40

4-5 years    $25.40 -  $31.90 -  $39.60 -  $48.20

6-8 years    $32.50 -  $45.50 -  $54.10 -  $63.90

9-11 years  $36.60 -  $48.20 -  $62.70 -  $72.90

Food costs for one week for one male,
age: - Thrifty plan - Low-cost plan - Moderate cost plan - liberal plan

12-13 years -  $39.10 -  $55.50 -  $69.70 -  $81.70

14-18 years    $40.10 -  $56.10 -  $71.80 -  $82.80

19-50 years    $43.50 -  $56.30 -  $70.50 -  $86.90

51-70 years    $39.60 -  $53.00 -  $66.10 -  $79.80

71+ years -     $39.90 -  $52.70 -  $65.20 -  $80.70

Food costs for one week for one female,
 age: - Thrifty plan - Low-cost plan - Moderate cost plan - Liberal plan

12-13 years -   $39.10 -  $47.80 -  $57.80 -  $70.80

14-18 years -   $38.40 -  $48.00 -  $58.30 -  $71.70

19-50 years -   $38.60 -  $48.80 -  $60.40 -  $77.00

51-70 years -   $38.10 -  $47.40 -  $59.00 -  $71.40

71+ years -      $37.30 -  $47.20 -  $58.60 -  $70.60

So... Where do you place according to the USDA recommendations? Imagine being on food stamps living on just $1.50 a meal, or $31.50 a week.