Brownbagging Hits a High

NPD study says economics primary reason but health also a factor.

Brown-bagged lunches hit a high point in 2007, according to a report from the NPD Group market research organization. The main reason, as might be expected, was economic, but health and nutrition concerns ranked second, according to the report, “How Brown-Bagging Is Affecting Foodservice Lunch.”

Other reasons include convenience, taste, diet, quality and environmental concerns. Specifically, weekday lunches carried from home increased from 35 per capita in 2006 to 38 in 2007.

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