From the “Latin Flavors, American Kitchens” conference
Latin cuisines are ideally suited to shifting consumer preferences, according to panelists at the “Latin Flavors, American Kitchens” conference this week at the Culinary Institute of America’s San Antonio campus. Kevin Higar, a director with market research firm Technomic Inc., told the more than 175 attendees that consumers are seeking ethnic flavors, as well as customization, freshness and signature items they can’t replicate at home. Dulce, a new restaurant concept ...
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