Food Security

We've stopped eating together. This is why that's a bad thing

Solo dining in New York increased by 80% between 2014-2018, research has found. Image: REUTERS/Daniel Becerril

Anna Davies

Principal Investigator, Trinity College Dublin

Agnese Cretella

Postdoctoral Researcher, Trinity College Dublin

Monika Rut

PhD Student, Trinity College Dublin

Stephen Mackenzie

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Trinity College Dublin

Vivien Franck

Research Assistant, Trinity College Dublin


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Research suggests a large number of Brits regulalary eat alone. Image: Sainsburys Living Well Index

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