Study shows Spanish-speaking Hispanics opt for breakfast, snacks
The dining-out habits of Hispanic customers who are fluent in English differ from those who primarily speak Spanish, a new study from The NPD Group has found. Data from the Port Washington, N.Y.-based firm’s most recent survey revealed that Spanish-speaking customers are more likely to visit restaurants for morning meals and snacks than non-Hispanics and English-speaking Hispanics. Among restaurant visits for Spanish speakers, 31 percent occur at breakfast and 22 percent take place ...
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