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Shopping, Cooking, and Food Safety

      The fast-food craze may be coming to an end as more consumers want home-cooked meals. According to the annual meal planning forecast released by Peapod (Chicago, IL), a popular online retailer, a major food trend for 2019 is Americans getting back in the kitchen.

      Peapod. 77% of Americans would rather eat a homemade meal than eat out in 2019.https://about.peapod.com/77-of-americans-would-rather-eat-a-homemade-meal--than-eat-out-in-2019/. Accessed July 22, 2019.

      One of the top motivations for cooking at home is to eat healthier.

      Peapod. 77% of Americans would rather eat a homemade meal than eat out in 2019.https://about.peapod.com/77-of-americans-would-rather-eat-a-homemade-meal--than-eat-out-in-2019/. Accessed July 22, 2019.

      The USDA's Shopping, Cooking, and Food Safety Web page is meant to help families do just that.
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      1. Peapod. 77% of Americans would rather eat a homemade meal than eat out in 2019.https://about.peapod.com/77-of-americans-would-rather-eat-a-homemade-meal--than-eat-out-in-2019/. Accessed July 22, 2019.