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  • Comfort snacking offers a 'lifeline' during pandemic
  • Comfort snacking offers a 'lifeline' during pandemic
    Dollar Gill (2020) ©
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Comfort snacking offers a 'lifeline' during pandemic

When you consider the millions of people working from home, with a kitchen just steps away from their ‘office’, it’s no wonder that snacking went up in lockdown. In fact, more than half of people say snacking has been a ‘lifeline’ in 2020, offering bite-sized moments of comfort and joy.

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