(originally published on 14 September 2016, The Financial Times)
The Financial Times published an article on assessing the state of the workday lunch around the globe in Paris, Tokyo, Mexico City and Nairobi on 14 September 2016.
The article discusses social, dietary and health implications of the main break of the day, the workday lunch, which is often squeezed by work pressures and high costs. However, in this scenario, cultural habits play an indispensable role and vary across French, Japanese, Mexican and Nigerian cuisines.
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