Millennials and Gen Y usually get the credit for shifting U.S. eating patterns away from three square meals and toward c...

Millennials and Gen Y usually get the credit for shifting U.S. eating patterns away from three square meals and toward constant grazing. But new research from The NPD Group finds that baby boomers do their own share of noshing; in fact, they snack 20 percent more often than millennial consumers.

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