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The 2010 College Food Trends list was developed by Sodexo's Customer Insight team with research from Sodexo's Student Board of Directors, student Food Choice Awards events, Nielsen's Annual Restaurant Audit, Teenage Research Unlimited, Technomics Menu Monitor, NPD Group, Sodexo's culinary team of chefs and vendor partners.
The National Association of College Stores teamed with Teenage Research Unlimited to conduct research into the spending habits of 12-to-19 year olds.
Penney's already has the largest junior and young men's business in the country and was voted the top department store destination for teens in a recent survey by Teenage Research Unlimited.
But beyond two-tier marketing strategies, trend-spotters like Zandl Group and Teenage Research Unlimited pointed to the real bottomline with hip-hop and marketing: white kids with "purchasing power" were listening to it.
According to Teenage Research Unlimited, h market research firm based in Northbrook, Illinois, by the end of 1998 teens had pumped approximately $141 billion into the economy through purchases that included soft drinks, CDs, fast food, clothes, computer games, movies and athletic footwear.
The genesis of the 'Girl Talk' program is based on a survey conducted by Teenage Research Unlimited (TRU) that found mothers underestimate the occurrence of underage drinking among their own daughters and do not converse with their daughters on this serious issue regularly.
HERE'S THE GOOD NEWS: ACCORDING TO CHICAGO-AREA FIRM TEENAGE Research Unlimited, young people spent upwards of a whopping $169 billion in 2004.
According to a study conducted by Teenage Research Unlimited for Time magazine in 2002, one in four teenagers describe vegetarianism as ``cool.