For breakfast that is an important part of our culture, we spend almost 4% of our daily earnings. For someone who works 8 hours a day in our country, this means 20 minutes a day is spent to make breakfast in the morning.
Bloomberg’s “Global Breakfast Index” is data that shows how long you need to work in a country for a day’s breakfast.
During data generation, the daily breakfast foods were defined as a glass of milk, an egg, two slices of bread and a fruit. So if you are eating more at breakfast, you are actually working for more than the value mentioned here. Here is a graph of how much of daily income goes to breakfast according to countries and cities:
According to indications covering 129 countries, people in some countries only work for 5 minutes for breakfast, and in some countries, this can take up to 9 hours. In Turkey, about 15-25 minutes a day while trying for breakfast, this time around 6-7 minutes in Western Europe.
The cost of having breakfast in Venezuela’s capital city Caracas is higher than people’s daily salary. Bermuda’s capital city is Hamilton, while the cheapest breakfast in Cairo is the most expensive of the breakfasts that are made with indifferent foods.
According to the index, eating breakfast with two slices of bread, a glass of milk, an egg and an apple in our country causes us to spend 2.7% -4.4% of our daily income. In general, if we think that our breakfasts are much richer, in fact, this figure is increasing exponentially.
The continent of South America stands out as the continent, which requires the maximum amount of work for breakfast with 14%. The people who need to work at least for breakfast are those living in North America with 1.6%.