POLL: Skip meals and snack instead?

Posted at 12:13 PM, Sep 30, 2014

How people eat is changing, according to a recent survey.

Snacks are increasingly replacing meals, according to USA Today citing a recent study.

The Nielsen Global Survey of Snacking found 45 percent of consumers use snacks as meal replacements — especially for breakfast. The survey also found Americans snack differently than the rest of the world, choosing “chips, chocolate, and cheese”.

However, globally, most people snacked on chocolate, fruit, and vegetables, according to the report.