Changes in young people's eating habits, tracked during the lockdown in England, show both increases in snacking and families eating together.
Researchers found 60% of young people thought more shared family meal times were positive for health and wellbeing.
Young people in the study said they wanted to keep having meals together.
The research, from the Guy's and St Thomas's Charity and the Bite Back 2030 healthy eating charity, studied over 1,000 14-19 year olds.
The youth co-chair of Bite Back 2030 is Christina Adane, the 16-year-old Londoner who set up the petition for free school ...
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