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5 ways the consumer of tomorrow is shifting

Changing customer demographics could mean operators need to cater differently to diners, says Technomic.

Operations

Which restaurants do consumers deem the least clean?

New Technomic data reveals which brands diners called “dirty,” “greasy” and “filthy.”

Some 10% of millennial diners say they never leave gratuity when dining out.

It looks like Canadian restaurateurs will reap the benefits first, but U.S. operators need to catch up, big time.

Modern kids menus are tempting millennial parents and their children.

Meat-heavy items ranked high among consumers, who revealed the limited-time offers they were most likely to purchase last month.

The high court decided a bakery could refuse service to a gay couple, but only because of the particulars of that case.

The opportunities provided by the legalization of cannabis for recreational use are about to be within reach of food and beverage places.

Consumers with young children reveal their favorite restaurants for their families.

Restaurants are switching up the menu to appeal to changing consumer preferences.

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