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People Who Order Restaurant Takeout/Delivery Are More Health Conscious, Survey Finds

January 10, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
Urban Americans whose dining out experience tends more toward takeout and delivery than visiting restaurants have become more health conscious in recent years, ordering salads four times more than pizza and 16 times more than wings. The study of purchase patterns at 11,000 restaurants in the U.S. and U.K. by Seamless.com found that people who dine at restaurants are twice as likely to order an appetizer; 25 percent of restaurant diners – but only eight percent of takeout/delivery orders – eat dessert; and people who dine in restaurants are ten times more likely to order bread than those who order takeout or delivery.
"Seamless Nutrition Survey Finds People Eat Less Bread and Binge Less When Ordering Delivery or Takeout", Press release, Seamless.com, January 10, 2013, © Marketwire, Incorporated
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