RESTON, Va. -- Older Americans are eating more turkey, but a lack of interest from younger generations has contributed to flat turkey consumption figures for four years in a row. That is the finding of a recently released study commissioned by the National Turkey Federation here, which also said more turkey is being used in sandwiches than ever before. The study, done by the NPD Group in Chicago, found females over age 65 and males over 55 are the only age groups that consistently increased ...

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