US women 15% more likely to order dishes featuring fruit than men while eating out, 35% more likely to order dishes featuring coconut, according to GrubHub data

LOS ANGELES , May 3, 2013 () – According to new data from digital food ordering service GrubHub, U.S. women are 15% more likely to order dishes featuring fruit than men while eating out, as well as 35% more likely to order dishes featuring coconut, Food Navigator reported May 2.

Fruit is featured in more than 7% of all menu items ordered, with oranges the top fruit in terms of popularity at 29%, followed by lemons at 23%, mangoes at 22%, pineapples at 19% and strawberries at 15%, the data stated.

The data also showed that dishes containing fruit are ordered most frequently from May to July and least frequently from September to November.

The primary source of this article is Food Navigator, Montpellier, France, on May 2, 2013.

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