Gen Z chooses snacks over meals, lawmakers hear testimony about AI

“Younger generations, they

“Younger generations, they’re just looking for convenience, for easy options that they can grab to fuel their lives on the go that also don’t require the effort of preparing a meal,” says Jesse Newman, who covers food for the Wall Street Journal.
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Millennials and Generation Z eat more snacks daily compared to other generations. They want convenient fuel without the hassle of cooking.

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