A New Global Trend: We Eat Alone More Often

We are eating less with others:

Breakfast has undergone the most significant transformation. Roughly 53 percent of all breakfasts are now eaten alone, whether at home, in the car, or at one’s desk, according to the latest report.

Lunch meanwhile is nearly as lonely these days. Some 45 percent of midday meals are had alone, according to the report.

Dinner is the only meal that is still largely communal. Roughly three quarters of all suppers are still eaten with others today. But even that is changing.

Image courtesy of JOAKIM ESKILDSEN

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Originally published at www.tuktuksnacks.com on August 23, 2015.

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