The Hispanic consumer market is growing, and casual-dining restaurants have opportunities to capture a larger share of that spending, according to two studies released last month. Hispanic customers tend to spend more than non-Hispanics at both quick-service and casual-dining restaurants, according to Burke Inc. research sponsored by Univision Communications Inc. Their parties tend to be larger as well. Ninety percent of so-called “Upscale Latinos,” in households earning ...
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