For some time, restaurant operators across the industry have been intensely focused on meeting the needs of boomers, seniors and Millennials in order to drive traffic into the next decade. But many seem to have neglected another important group — families with kids — and it’s starting to show. Families with kids are making fewer restaurant visits than they did five years ago, according to new data from market research firm The NPD Group. For the year ended June 2013, ...
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