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US families still eat together on average five times a week

by The 100 Companies
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With COVID-19, racial injustices and political unrest consistently dominating today’s news cycle, a study done by Wren Kitchens shines a light on some positive news.

According to the study, families are eating together on average of five times a week and 60% of these families don’t allow electronics at evening meals. This means, despite the increasingly busy lifestyle Americans lead, many families are still taking time to sit down and spend quality time together. As the dynamic of the American family begins to shift, it’s evident that many families still rely on traditional values to stay connected to each other.

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