CHICAGO Young diners are increasingly savvy about nutrition -- though they don’t always eat what’s good for them -- and restaurants should cater their kids' menus to changing preferences, according to new research from brand marketing agency C3 and Technomic Inc. The Kids & Moms Consumer Trend Report (Family Attitudes and Motivations in Foodservice), which was released Wednesday, includes the results of a survey of about 1,500 moms and 1,200 kids ages 6 to 12 about their dining habits and ...
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