Sonic Boomers: Those babies have a loud cry that restaurant operators must heed

April 2003
Nation's Restaurant News;4/28/2003, Vol. 37 Issue 17, p43
Trade Publication
Focuses on the important role of the baby boomers in the operations of the restaurant sector in the U.S. Importance of considering the needs of the baby boomers by the restaurateurs; Preference of baby boomers in terms of food; Efforts of culinary and development departments to produce menus that appeal to the sense of adventure seek by baby boomers.


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