Social Sacrifice: The changing ideals of American eating

The link between food and social connection is deeply tied to American history and has formed many of our cultural norms. However, our culture continues to change. Three meals a day are giving way to more frequent snacking, the cultural significance of meals is waning, and hyper-individualism is impacting all areas of our lives.

This white paper explores the evolving nature of consumer eating habits, particularly the decline in “traditional” family meal structures and the broader societal shifts that point to both cultural implications and business opportunities.

Publication date: February 2024
14 pages

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