BELLEVUE, Wash. — Recent research at The Hartman Group zeroes in on changes in this country’s food culture over the last few years. The consulting and research firm recently outlined concepts any food provider should take note of as we enter the New Year. “Of all the concepts we’ve described I believe the most important are about how our food culture has changed,” David Wright, Hartman senior associate, told SN. A full 44% of all “adult eating ...
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