As people are, unsurprisingly, spending more time at home, a survey of 11,000 people in 11 countries shows that they are eating healthier and wasting less food.
People usually turn to salty, fatty and sweet foods during stressful times. However, the extended lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic is apparently changing some of these habits.
With more time to cook and less opportunity to get fast food, many people are feeling more confident about cooking and are also feeling bolder and more creative in what they cook.
The good news, besides just eating healthier, is that many people may keep eating healthier after the lockdown ends. This is due to the fact that habits usually take around six weeks to become ingrained.