More to Chew On: The Price of Ordering In
Tell us the truth, how often do you really cook dinner? Are you guilty of ordering in meals too many days a week? We get it -- with the simple click of a mouse, dinner is on its way while cooking and cleaning are a thing of the past. But, listen up – is the convenience of online ordering doing you more harm than you think?
According to a recent study conducted by Professor Ryan McDevitt, customers who ordered online spent more money on their orders and ordered food with a significantly higher calories count than had they cooked at home. Professor McDevitt suggests that the anonymity of online ordering allows people to order unhealthy food without the shame of eating it in public.
Tell Us What You Think: Do you choose more unhealthy food when you order online?