The changing American diner

The changing American diner

The average American consumer has been evolving for quite some time, and Nation’s Restaurant News’ upcoming special report reinforces the most crucial aspect of that change: There no longer is a typical American consumer. According to projections of the 2010 U.S. Census by demographic-trends expert Peter Francese, Americans are becoming older, more diverse and increasingly clustered in bustling and multiethnic regions of the country, which affects their dining out behavior and how

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