Who still eats three meals a day? Findings from a quantitative survey in the Paris area

  title={Who still eats three meals a day? Findings from a quantitative survey in the Paris area},
  author={Anne Lhuissier and Christine Tichit and France Caillavet and Philippe V. Cardon and Ana Masullo and Judith Martin-Fernandez and Isabelle Parizot and Pierre Chauvin},

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