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  • Gens Y and Z will pay more for healthy food
  • Gens Y and Z will pay more for healthy food
    Robert Couse-Baker (2015) ©
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Gens Y and Z will pay more for healthy food

Many people claim to have swapped burgers for beansprouts and chips for carrot sticks, but how many are actively choosing quality, healthy food? Although we'd all like to think we’re healthy eaters, younger consumers are more likely to put their money where their mouth is.

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