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  • UK restaurants not catering to over 65s
  • UK restaurants not catering to over 65s
    Daniel Lee (2015) ©

UK restaurants not catering to over 65s

What better way to enjoy your retirement than treating yourself to some fine dining once a week? In 2014, those over 65 spent more on restaurants and hotels than any other age group. So why is it that 76% of UK businesses have no plans to cater specifically to this demographic?



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