Study examines eating patterns over the next 10 years

12/4/2009 | Progressive Grocer

Behaviors related to aging and differences from one generation to the next are expected to influence eating patterns over the coming decade, according to a report from The NPD Group. Researchers expect more consumption of salty or savory snacks, easy meals, meat entrees, sweet snacks and desserts, and heat-and-eat breakfasts.

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