Are you too busy to sit down and enjoy your lunch or dinner? You are not alone. Eating on the go is more popular than ever and it's effects are studied in this infographic posted on Visually.
This particular study looked at the trend of eating and drinking on the go in the UK and found that a third of the population does it at least weekly. It predicts that 69% of people expect to pay more on takeaway food in the next year and that 72% of people expect to continue this habit with the same or more frequency.
It's no wonder that when faced with a hectic scheudule or life changes people turn to quick foods. In fact, opportunities abound when it comes to grabbing a quick coffee or juice on the road or buying snacks at a gas station or convenience store.
In theory, this study can help businesses understand consumer needs and meet their practical and emotional demands. Check it out, the findings are quite interesting.
From fish and locally grown vegetables, to restaurants and fishing trips, here are the food and drink experiences to try in the picturesque coastal Venetian town, known as 'Little Venice', picked by The New York Times as the top travel destination for 2022.
Geranium's Rasmus Kofoed has decided to stop serving meat at the restaurant currently ranked number two on the World's 50 Best Restaurants list. But the Danish chef isn't yet willing to go purely plant-based.