MyFitnessPal Trends: Labor Day Eats

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It’s Labor Day here in the U.S., a holiday marking the unofficial end-of-summer, the pinnacle of backyard barbecues. Do Americans eat differently on Labor Day? We asked our data gurus to look at some of the trends surrounding foods logged by our U.S. members on this holiday last year: 

It turns out, here in the U.S. we drank less coffee, ate more burgers and a whole lot more hot dogs on Labor Day. It seems we need less caffeine to get going on holidays involving lots of backyard barbecuing!

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