It’s More Than Food, It’s Well-Being
Some of the greatest impacts seen by researchers studying how family meals effect children was on academic performance and risky behaviors.
Spending more face time with family at dinner tends to help nourish young minds, so they’re more inclined to excel further in school and pass on using tobacco, recreational drugs and alcohol. Learn more below!
Learn more about the data behind why family meals matter from the Food Industry Association.
Learn more about The Family Dinner Project and the research about children’s well-being that prompted National Family Meals Month!