Lily's Sweets, the leader in the no-added-sugar movement with its botanically-sweetened chocolate and confections, announced the results of a survey conducted to learn just how much Americans love chocolate. The study, commissioned by Lily's earlier this year, revealed while 82% of U.S. adults claim to be limiting the amount of sugar in their diet, nearly 1 in 5 people are still eating chocolate at least once a day.
"More and more millennials are making progress in raising their credit scores. But qualifying for affordable borrowing rates is still a tough challenge, reports Consumer Reports."
"Members of the millennial and Gen Z generations care more than past generations about climate change, but younger Americans have been slow to show that belief in one important way: electric-car buying, reports CNBC."
"Most men have the advantage of continuing to produce bone-protecting testosterone throughout life, reports Harvard Health Publishing. But the level of the male hormone declines with age and therefore may not be sufficient to keep bones strong as a man hits his later years."
"Collaboration in the workplace across departments and geographies is driving the need to seamlessly communicate from varying locations and on multiple devices. This need for digitalization and visual data sharing is expected to increase demand for communication and conferencing solutions, contributing to growth in the Content and Collaboration software category in the U.S. B2B technology market."
"32% of teens think the economy is worsening, up from 25% who thought the same last fall, according to a Piper Jaffray survey of American teenagers, reports Retail Dive."
"More than four out of ten Americans use home water treatment units, and while these units can last for years, today's technology advancements allow systems to better address changes in water quality, provide more efficiency and are more cost effective. Culligan International aims to educate homeowners on how to determine when to upgrade their water treatment system."
"A recent survey found that about 25% of adults over age 50 take a supplement to improve their brain health with the promise of enhanced memory and sharper attention and focus. The problem? There's no solid proof any of them work, reports Harvard Health Publishing."
"According to the 2019 Evolution of Entertainment report from The NPD Group, 73% of Americans ages 2 and older play video games, an increase of 6 percentage points since June 2018."
"Consumer confidence is high this holiday season, according to NRF Director of Industry and Consumer Insights Katherine Cullen, and consumers say they'll be spending about $1,000 on average on gifts and other items for the holidays."
"Most American parents in their early to late thirties believe that food insecurity is an important issue to solve, according to a new Ipsos poll. The poll offered respondents the following definition of food insecurity: 'Food insecurity describes a household’s inability to provide enough food for every person to live an active, healthy life.'"