Last week we told you that New Yorkers drink nearly seven times more coffee than other city folks. The finding comes from Massive Health using data collected by an iPhone app called The Eatery.
The app lets users snap a picture of their food, label it (i.e "apple" or "cheeseburger") and then give it a health rating. Other users then give their own rating of your dish (which is especially important if you're not the honest type).
The results — gleaned from 7.68 million food ratings of half-a-million foods eaten in over 50 countries — provide a pretty good snapshot of eating patterns around the world.
Here we present key findings from a group of infographics on when people eat, where people eat, what they eat and who they eat with.
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