Baby boomers turning 50 in 2014 are likely to dine out and celebrate
Competition will remain fierce for the restaurant industry in 2014, as recession-scarred consumers remain hypersensitive to the economic environment. Responding to changing consumer behavior will be key to attracting traffic and enticing customers to spend their limited discretionary income. Here industry observers share some consumer trends to keep in mind while crafting business plans. RELATED • 5 restaurant culinary trends to watch in 2014 • 5 restaurant financial trends ...
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