Tea time is generally associated with the British tradition of having a small snack and cup of tea in the late afternoon, usually around 4 p.m. Though tea time has always been a great excuse to have a social hour, today it is gaining attention as an extra meal, creating an opportunity to split meals to improve health. Many health studies have shown that eating many small meals throughout the day helps people reduce their caloric intake and prevent overeating at meals due to hunger. Due to the health benefits of light fare, the Food Channel is predicting that split meals, or tea time, will be one of the major food trends this year. Conveniently for restaurants, tea time has the potential to boost business and restaurant profit, similar to the way happy hour specials do.
Tea Time Restaurant Meals
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