New Research: Hispanics and Pork
Pork is central to Latino culinary culture and traditions. So it should be great news for the pork industry that Hispanics are also one the fastest growing consumer segments in the United States.
So what’s the problem? The more Latinos become integrated into the U.S. lifestyle and culture, the less they eat pork.
Hispanics present the greatest opportunity – and if overlooked, the greatest risk – to retailers, producers and packers. If we don’t address this critical population now, we stand to lose some of our most loyal customers today and for decades to come.
An Introduction to Dinner At Home in America
Family and the way we dine together has changed drastically in America. Sitting down together every night to enjoy a home-cooked meal is as outdated as the rotary dial.
From solo dinners to multigenerational meals, the way Americans eat dinner at home – and the behaviors, flavors and needs impacting their meal choices – continue to shift and become more complex.
Retailers, pork producers and packers are at the mercy of this ever-shifting landscape and must get out in front of understanding the root needs and wants of the consumers who drive it all to succeed.
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9 Dining Occasion Opportunities
In conducting the research for this report – which focuses on the in-home dining experience – nine common dining occasions were identified to be currently happening in American homes. Each occasion identifies demographics, insights, consumer profiles and ideas for innovation.