Singlehousehold diners tend to prefer small plates over fullsize meals Good quality craft beer is also increasingly in demand

Single-household diners tend to prefer small plates over full-size meals. Good quality craft beer is also increasingly in demand.

Why your restaurant needs single-person households

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With so much focus on certain age groups, one consumer group can be easily overlooked: Consumers who live alone.

According to the U.S. Census, there were an estimated 109 million unmarried people in America over the age of 18 in 2015. That group — representing those who were never married, as well as the widowed or divorced — accounted for 45 percent of the U.S. adult population.

That group also includes many who are living with a partner or children. About 35 million

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