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Food Start-ups Target Millennials In South Florida

July 10, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A bevy of food-and-beverage start-ups have appeared in South Florida catering to the eating trends associated with Millennials – artisanal foods, fresh, local, healthful, organic and green. The new eateries – and convenient meal delivery firms – are supported by a strong foodservice sector, culinary culture and appreciation for green eating. Millennials are more likely than any other age group – including Boomers and GenXers – to buy all-natural and organic products, and ethnic and artisanal food and beverage products. Examples of the start-ups in South Florida: Panther Coffee cafes selling its own globally-marketed artisan coffees; Tio Foods selling its organic gazpacho-style soups in bottles; and homegrown meal delivery companies (e.g., DeliverLean, Fit2Go, The Fresh Diet, Fresh Meal Plan, etc.) delivering health- and calorie-conscious meals to homes and businesses.
Nancy Dahlberg, "How Millennial Tastes Shape A New Generation Of Food Startups", Miami Herald, July 10, 2016, © MiamiHerald.com
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