By the first week of February, most Americans will have earned enough disposable income to pay for their food for the entire year, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation.

Data from USDA’s Economic Research Service shows that American families and individuals spend an average of 9.9 percent of their disposable personal income for food. That means Americans work just 37 days to pay their food bill, but they work 77 days to pay their federal taxes, 62 days to pay for the year’s housing and household operational costs, and 52 days to pay for health and medical care, according to the Tax Foundation.