Around 13% of people are electing to stay in with a supermarket meal rather than go out to a pub or restaurant, according to a new survey from Horizons. The study by the foodservice analysts, which interviewed 1,000 people last month, found that people were becoming increasingly tempted by inclusive supermarket deals, such as those that offer a meal for two for £10. It found that the largest uptake of these deals, the latest of which has seen Sainsbury’s offering a “dine in for a fiver” promotion, has been from people in the 16-24 and 35-44 age brackets. Men were also keener on taking the deals than women, with 15% of those males surveyed saying they would opt for it, opposed to 11% of women.