A Lot on Our Plates
It's been quite a year. Around this time in 2019, there were lots of predictions about how we'd eat in 2020 — some of the trends that we were supposed to see were babka, a rise in flexitarianism, and less added sugar in processed food. Then COVID-19 hit and 2020 became something different entirely. So, how did we actually eat this past year? Read on for more on how the pandemic shaped our relationship with food.
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