DALLAS —Restaurateurs need to think globally and healthfully to entice the next generation of potential patrons, according to experts gathered recently at the Research Chefs Association conference here. The 75 million young Americans between the ages of 13 and 28, also known as “Generation Y” or “Gen Y,” have growing economic and trend-creating clout, and their tastes are far more adventurous than those of the generations that preceded ...

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