Ingredients that are introduced to American consumers can take a while to become truly mainstream. Exactly how long that takes can depend on many factors, but menu research firm Datassential, after surveying the more than 4800 menus in its database, has figured out how far along different items in Latin American cuisines are in becoming household words. RELATED • Latin-themed chains embrace menu trends • Today’s top four food trends • More restaurant industry food and ...

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