Millennials and Generation Z are more eco-conscious and health-conscious. They care about what they eat and how it affects their overall well-being. There is a rise in veganism and vegetarianism, for example. Millennials and Generation Z also want to know how their food is sourced, where it comes from, what's in it, etcetera.

There has been a growing number of articles and research about the changes in the attitudes of millennials and generation z. More specifically, there is a growing movement where millennials are rethinking their relationship with food. These youth are becoming more conscious about their diet, their health, and what it means for them to have a sustainable lifestyle.

In an article from the NY Times, titled “’I’m 35 and I still don’t know what I want to do with my life”, a millennial goes on a rant about how he did not know he wanted to be a cook until he was thirty-five years old. This is not an uncommon occurrence in Generation Z either.

The rise of this new attitude is largely due to the change of environment that Generation Z

A considerable number of Millennials and Generation Z are adopting a vegan diet as they believe that it is better for the environment, their health and animal welfare.

However, it appears that there are other factors at play.

Some experts attribute the prevalence of veganism to a rise in millennial entitlement. Others have pointed out that millennials were raised on a steady diet of health food and organic produce, which could also be a contributing factor. It is also worth noting that millennials have been raised by parents who believed in raising well-balanced children.

In conclusion, it seems to be true that there is an increased interest in healthier eating habits among millennials and Generation Z as they start to take more responsibility for themselves.

1. Millennials are the generation of the future, and they know it. They live in a world where they can be anything they want to be, and this includes what they eat.

2. Generation Z is the most connected generation yet, and because of this their food choices are more informed than any other generation before them. They want to be able to find out everything about what they eat, from where it was grown/raised/caught to how it was processed and packaged.

3. Millennials want their food choices to reflect who they are as individuals while Generation Z wants their food choices to reflect who their community is as a whole.