CHICAGO —As young diners grow increasingly savvy about nutrition—although they still don’t always eat what’s good for them—restaurants should cater their kids’ menus to changing preferences, according to new research from brand marketing agency C3 and Technomic Inc. “Kids & Moms Consumer Trend Report: Family Attitudes and Motivations in Foodservice,” released earlier this month, reflects the responses of 1,500 moms and 1,200 kids ages 6 ...
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