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New research from The NPD Group reveals that consumers are changing not only what they eat for a snack, but also when they eat it — a shift that presents both a challenge and an opportunity for restaurant operators. Data from the Port Washington, N.Y.-based market research firm shows that consumers are still ordering traditional snack items such as French fries, pretzels, chips and doughnuts, but they’re also ordering more items typically considered to be a main meal. For ...
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