Coming together to enjoy frequent meals and snacks can help support a family's health and happiness. In fact, research has shown an association between regular family meals and improved family nutrition and overall well-being.1-7
According to Welch's Kitchen Table Report, while parents are making family mealtimes a priority, they face challenges that make it difficult to eat meals, especially healthy meals, together. Four out of ten parents cite the lack of time to cook and busy schedules as reasons why it can be difficult to eat as a family.
The good news: there are easy solutions to combat these common mealtime obstacles!
Explore the below toolkit for expert advice and family-friendly resources.