Another piece for the Daily Star Online. Enjoyed this one.
“The average Brit spends of £451 a year on takeaway meals – and enjoys an average of 34 take-out meals a year.
People tend to feel “lazy” and order food about three to four times a month
This means that on average, Brits spend a little over £13 on one meal.
This shows that “takeaway” is no longer a dirty word and more and more Brits are swerving spending time in the kitchen.”
Former journalism student at London College of Communication, Former Child.
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