Consumers have become more interested in trying ethnic foods, according to Technomic
American consumers have grown more interested in eating ethnic food away from home, but many find their options at restaurants lacking. That means the foodservice industry has an opportunity to drive traffic and sales with globally inspired flavors, new research from Technomic Inc. finds. The Chicago-based market research firm found in its new Ethnic Food & Beverage Consumer Trends Report that only about a quarter of consumers polled said they were satisfied with restaurants’ ...
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