Couple taking selfie while cooking The best thing you can do to support a newfound interest in cooking is help employees build a strong foundation. (Photo: Shutterstock)

As we bid good riddance to 2020 and turned the page to what will hopefully be a brighter year, there’s a good chance your employees made resolutions to eat better, to shed those quarantine pounds, and to start working out again. There’s also a good chance that those resolutions fell by the wayside before January had come and gone. An estimated 80% of people fall short of their New Year’s resolutions, and it turns out that those related to healthy eating are among the hardest to keep.

That’s the bad news. The good news is that many people already have a head start on eating better. Because the COVID-19 pandemic made dining out risky or impossible, people have started cooking for themselves in greater numbers. And while there has been an understandable desire for comfort food in these challenging times, I have also seen many people make healthier meals the new norm.

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