Chipotle is the most preferred limited-service restaurant among Generation Y consumers surveyed in a new study by L.E.K. Consulting. In May, L.E.K., a Boston-based global consulting firm, interviewed 1,300 consumers of all ages about their limited-service restaurant preferences. They focused on Gen Y — people ages 16 to 24 — since nearly 20 percent of Gen Y consumers buys a limited-service food item almost every other day. Less than half as many baby boomers, ages 45 to 64, ...

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