According to restaurant research firm Technomic, independent restaurants are promoting adult-style offerings to kids in greater numbers. Referring to this trend as “kid-adult fusion,” the Chicago-based consulting firm says a growing number of menus are targeting kids with smaller portions of premium steaks, fresh fish, locally sourced healthy foods and bolder ethnic flavors that are usually found on adult menus. Its findings are found in its 2009 Kids' Marketing & Menu Report. “The ...

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