PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. —The NPD Group, a consumer market research company, has confirmed that more meals are still being eaten at home, and has shown kids influence what they eat for breakfast, but not what they eat for dinner. A recently released NPD report indicates 31% of kids ages 2 to 17 have a big say in what they eat for breakfast. Nearly a quarter, 24%, in the same age group have influence over what they eat for lunch at home, and a whopping 46% influence the choice of ...
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