SASKATOON – The breakfast landscape is changing, as young people are taking less time for their most important meal of the day. A report by Mintel shows that 40 per cent of millennials find that even cereal is too inconvenient for breakfast.
The rushed breakfast habit is boosting sales of pre-packaged items, and is pushing fast food chains to expand their on-the-go breakfast options.
How often do you eat breakfast on the go? On average, how many times a week will you hit up the drive-thru for breakfast?
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