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  • Gen Y mums influenced by nostalgia
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Gen Y mums influenced by nostalgia

Gen Yers are often described as the most health-conscious generation, whether they're stripping gluten out of their diets or picking locally-farmed produce. But what happens when they become parents? Are Gen Y mums putting similar kinds of food in their kids' lunchboxes?

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