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The real Happy Meal

A report released for National Marriage Week in mid-May showed that only a third of British couples eat together all or most of the time and around a quarter of couples eat together rarely or not at all. However, couples who do make the decision to eat together consistently reported a higher enjoyment of their meal and may even have happier relationships.

Marriage Foundation

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67% of married couples who ate together were very happy with their relationship, compared to 58% of those who ate apart. This links in with previous research which showed that occasional ‘date nights’ – intentionally setting time aside to spend together – considerably reduces the risk of divorce for couples.