Chinese consumers are increasingly looking for healthy food and tasty food as they try to stay active.
According to a new study from the Pew Research Center, Chinese adults are now eating more out of convenience than ever, spending more than twice as much per month on food.
In fact, they are spending an average of $12.60 per day on food, up from $7.90 a month earlier.
The rise is mostly due to rising demand for packaged foods, such as fried rice, ice cream, and sweet treats, and convenience stores, like restaurants, convenience stores that sell food items.
According the report, this rise in spending has been accompanied by a shift from traditional dinner parties to a more social and social-friendly dining experience.
In the past, dinner parties were a family gathering for the family, where food was shared.
Now, more than half of adults are staying home with family, and the average Chinese household spends more on meals than on entertainment, according to the report.
The study also found that people are spending more money on entertainment and other luxuries, such a car, car rental, and home decor.
The trend has been driven by the rise of China’s consumption of the world’s largest number of smartphones and tablets, which are making it possible for consumers to spend less on the things they do most often: eating out and shopping.
According one study, Chinese consumers spent $11.8 billion on smartphone devices in 2017, which is nearly twice as many as they did in 2014.
The majority of that was spent on tablets and smartphones.
The new trend to eat out has been spurred by the increased availability of Chinese food.
For example, in 2017 Chinese consumers ate nearly 10 billion meals, which was about a fifth of the average American meal, according the report’s authors.
This year’s increase was driven by demand for food and snacks and a growing appetite for food.
The number of people who said they ate at least one meal per week jumped from 8.3 million in 2017 to 12.7 million last year, up about 30 percent, according a Pew report published earlier this month.