Fooda, an office lunch service company, surveyed 500 people to find out how Americans are spending their lunch breaks.
It found that, on average, those in media and communications took the longest lunch breaks (approximately 58 minutes) while people in the food and beverage industry took the shortest breaks (30 minutes).
According to survey results, 90 percent of people buy lunch at least once a week, and 85 percent bring lunch more often than they buy it. Results showed that men are more likely to buy lunch than women.
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Those in the transportation, insurance, and healthcare industries are most likely to bring lunch, while people in the food and beverage, construction, and legal services industry are more likely to buy lunch.
To see all the findings from the study, presented in infographic form, click here.
Fooda brings restaurant food to workers, through delivery, creating a pop-up, or providing catering services. For its delivery option, Fooda delivers food straight to the office for only 95 cents. There is a selection of seven different restaurants each day, and customers must order by 10 a.m. Lunch is delivered between 11:45 a.m. and 12:15 p.m.