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Forty-four percent of European office workers snack outside meal times, with Britons snacking the most and the French snacking the least. Women snack more than men and choose unhealthier snacks than their male counterparts, while work stress and poor sleep have a significant impact on our food choices and eating habits.

These were some of the results of a survey of 5,000 office workers aged 18-75 conducted in March 2011 across Britain, France, Germany, Spain and Italy. Respondents were asked about the content of meals, snack consumption, sleeping habits and levels of work-stress over a typical day at the office, as well as their general health and wellbeing.

The survey showed that eating habits among European office workers are reasonably healthy with most people consuming balanced meals and eating plenty of fruit. Download the full report, press release and related imagery here.

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