Senior diners are expected to increase their spending at restaurants in 2014.
Menu innovation and older consumers’ increased spending are among the top 10 trends shaping the restaurant industry in 2014, according to The NPD Group. The Port Washington, N.Y.-based market research firm released its list of predictions for the industry in the year ahead and beyond, ranging from the impact of baby boomers and seniors to the effect of prepared meals at supermarkets on market share. RELATED • Chefs predict top culinary trends for 2014 • Hot restaurant ...
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