[Global Times reporter Hou Tao] more and more Japanese are working at home due to the new outbreak, which also makes their diet more irregular. The diet habits of 337 people aged between 20 and 40 who worked at home for at least four days a week were investigated during the epidemic period in Sapporo food and beverage company, Japan’s Daily News reported on the 19th. The survey found that more and more people began to eat more than once a day, more than half said they ate at least four times a day, and more and more people no longer distinguish between staple food and snacks. < / P > < p > when answering the question of how many staple foods or snacks a day, 48.1% of the respondents said they ate three or less meals a day, 51.9% said they ate at least four meals a day, of which 17.8% ate five meals a day and 10.1% ate at least 6-7 meals a day. According to the company’s analysis, people’s diet is becoming more and more flexible, and snacks are no longer just snacks – more than 40% of respondents will eat food similar to staple food during snack time.