Consumers eating more between traditional meals

September 2012
Nation's Restaurant News;9/3/2012, Vol. 46 Issue 18, p80
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The article focuses on the findings of a consumer survey conducted by research firm NPD Group Inc. in the U.S., revealing rise in the number of Americans who supplement traditional meals with in-between snacks.


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