This week: Eating and arresting.
American adults who still smoke “cigarettes, cigars, or pipes,” according to the Centers for Disease Control. About 9.5 million smoke every day.
Restaurant chefs whose “number one concern” is “their customers getting sick,” according to Rubbermaid. “Nearly half of chefs find food safety practices to be very time consuming.”
U.S. adults who “have at some point eaten food that they know is expired,” according to Uber Eats. And 50 percent have eaten “food that has fallen on the floor.”
Adults between the ages of 17-24 who “have been arrested at least once,” according to the Council for a Strong America. “Approximately 1 in 8 young adults aged 16 to 24 are neither employed nor in school.”
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