Infographic: New York State of Fridge

The city that never sleeps might actually be staying up nights worrying "what's for dinner?" A new study reveals that, compared to other major cities, New Yorkers are the least likely to have common things like produce, meat and seafood, deli items and frozen foods stocked in their fridge.

The city that never sleeps might actually be staying up nights worrying "what's for dinner?" A new study conducted by KRC Research on behalf of  Peapod.com, the country's leading online grocer, reveals that, when compared to other major cities like Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia and DC, New Yorkers are the least likely to have common things like produce, meat and seafood, deli items and frozen foods stocked in their fridge.

 In fact, more New Yorkers (80 percent) have condiments vs. meat or seafood (59 percent) and two out of five (40 percent) admit to having expired food lurking in their refrigerators. It's no wonder that 41 percemt, the highest in any city polled, say they prefer take-out/delivery or dining out.

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