CHICAGO Kids may be an increasingly desirable target market for restaurant operators, but most kids’ menus have not evolved with their changing food preferences, according to a new study by Mintel. In analyzing kids’ menus from the past four years, the Chicago-based research firm found the same array of foods year in and year out, even as evidence mounts that parents and kids alike are open to more options, including healthful ones.According to Mintel, chicken fingers were hands down the ...
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