With the oldest members of Generation Z turning 22 years old in 2019, they are just starting to affect dining out and eating trends, reported The NPD Group. The market research firmfound that a large percentage of Gen Zers were raised to put a greater emphasis on the quality of food; whether or not it is clean, fresh or nutritionally beneficial; and its flavor and function. [more...]
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