Lunches From Around The World Infographic

In the U.S., various combinations of salads, soups, and sandwiches have been popular lunch choices for decades. Historically, lunch began as a ladies’ meal in the 18th century as a snack between breakfast and dinner. It has since evolved to become a favorite time of day for many Americans. But how popular is lunch for the rest of the world, and how do meals differ from country to country? In the following infographic, we’re introducing a number of interesting lunch facts from around the world. For example, did you know that in Brazil, lunch is the biggest meal of the day? Or that in some regions in France, lunch often consists of a full 5-course meal? To learn more interesting facts about how the rest of the world eats lunch, read through the infographic below:

Lunches From Around The World Infographi

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