57% of American families get together more often for meals than they did before the pandemic

The survey of 2,004 people found that the average family meal has gone from 70 minutes to 85 minutes now — nearly a 20% increase in length overall. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Gold Peak Real Brewed Tea, the survey found that families are coming together for meals five times a week, compared to four times a week pre-pandemic.

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