Majority of Americans say their 'best memories' come from family barbecues

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Barbecues seem to have a special place in Americans’ hearts.                              

Bush’s Baked Beans commissioned a OnePoll survey that reportedly found that 72% of Americans have fond memories of grilling with family, according to South West News Service.

“This summer has been a time for families and friends to come back together,” Bush’s Brand Manager Penny Caudill told the British news agency. 

Barbecues seem to have a special place in Americans’ hearts, according to a new survey from Bush’s Baked Beans.
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Barbecues and similar outdoor gatherings where participants can be socially distant have been marked as being “safer” pandemic activities, according to a running list published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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While it’s not clear whether the CDC’s approval has played a role in the summertime barbecue season, 42% of Bush’s survey respondents said they planned “to attend more barbecues this summer than they usually would.”

Another 47% agreed that gatherings around a grill are “the non-work equivalent” to the socializing that happens around office water coolers.

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Representatives at Bush’s Baked Beans did not immediately respond to FOX News’ request for comment.

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