College Students Are 162 Percent More Likely to Order Frozen Yogurt for Delivery than the Rest of Us

Is there a peak age range for frozen yogurt consumption? If so, we might have found it
College Students Are 162 Percent More Likely to Order Frozen Yogurt for Delivery than the Rest of Us

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Consider expanding your palates, students. 

A recent study of college students’ online delivery habits found something rather confusing about the diet of the university student: Frozen yogurt tops the list.

According to survey results collected by delivery service GrubHub, college students are a whopping 162 percent more likely to order frozen yogurt than the rest of its users, according to ordering data from more than 100 colleges.

In descending order, the rest of the most popular delivery items were waffle fries, chicken souvlaki pita, chocolate chip brownies, hibachi chicken, vegetarian spring rolls, sweet and sour chicken, cheese pizza, Buffalo wings, and spicy California rolls.

Keep in mind that this list probably says a lot more about the kind of food available in your average college town, or at least those restaurants that will deliver to a college campus, and that there are a lot more than 100 colleges in the United States.

In fact, there over 4,000 degree-granting institutions in the country, including two-year programs, according to the National Center for Education Statistics.

And yet, if you have grown even slightly out of your college eating habits, consider yourself lucky that you’re not eating fro-yo for dinner. 

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