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Eating “On-The-Go” Is Now A Significant Lifestyle Pattern Among Younger Germans

February 14, 2012: 07:20 PM EST
A survey by Nestlé finds that both male and female twenty-something Germans have “unpredictable” eating routines, often substituting snacks for main meals. Only 20 percent of people in their twenties eat at fixed times during then day. Forty-three percent eat only when they have time, and 31 percent eat whenever they’re hungry. The study also found significant differences in the eating patterns of German men and women in their twenties. More than 55 percent of women said they worry too much about their diet, compared to only 32 percent of men. And longer working hours affect women’s eating patterns more than men’s.
"Nestlé Study Shows Modern Life is Changing Germans’ Eating Habits", Press release, Nestlé, February 14, 2012, © Nestlé
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