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  • Americans buy up comfort food to cope with COVID-19
  • Americans buy up comfort food to cope with COVID-19
    Phuong Tran (2018) ©
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Americans buy up comfort food to cope with COVID-19

Healthy snacks and plant-based meats may have been on the up before the pandemic, but self-isolation is driving people to switch up their eating habits. Processed foods like Hamburger Helper and SpaghettiOs are increasingly popular thanks to their pantry longevity and nostalgic comfort.

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