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Buying more food in January

January 8, 2015


Eating healthier and less is one of the most popular New Year’s resolutions. Are food isles really deserted when the feast is over? Studies of grocery store habits disagree.

Contrary to expectations, the data show families are buying more food in January, than during the holiday season. It applies to both, the price and the calories. Surprisingly, the first month of the year is not dedicated only to leafy greenery and healthy seeds, the buyers continue with bad habits, simply adding healthy foods to their carts. As sales of healthy food spike after holidays by a third, so do the bills, surpassing even the food expenses of the holiday season.

Some believe it is hard to break the habit, others say low temperatures and short daylight are to blame. Whatever the reason, it is definitively the worst time to star dieting, maybe it is best to wait for the spring to come.


From → Hic Salta

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