Big Tuna finds a scapegoat: Millennials

Why are we suddenly talking about canned tuna and Millennials?
The Wall Street Journal reported this month that overall consumption of the packaged fish has declined by more than 40 percent in the United States during the past three decades, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Among the reasons that people are less inclined to reach for a can of Bumble Bee: It isn’t convenient enough for younger consumers. Many people “can’t be bothered to open and drain the cans, or fetch utensils and dishes to eat the tuna,” the Journal reported.
But the rationale that cut hardest, it seems, was a quote from a vice president for marketing and innovation for StarKist, one of the big three tuna purveyors.