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  • Studies show Gen Y eat differently
  • Studies show Gen Y eat differently
    John Kroll (2010) ©
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Studies show Gen Y eat differently

Gen Yers – with their growing spending power – are the demographic every marketer wants to entice. It’s hard to pin down exactly what the typical Gen Yer wants when it comes to food, but recent studies have indicated several ways they’re different from the generations that came before.

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