“Peruvian cuisine does offer something different.” —MELISSA ABBOTT, The Hartman Group
Peruvian cuisine has been lingering around the edges of the mainstream American diet for many years, but the flavors of the Andes might finally be poised to see some real growth at retail, according to Melissa Abbott, senior director of culinary insights, The Hartman Group. “I don’t like to say anything is the ‘next’ cuisine, because American cuisine does beg, borrow and steal from all these other cuisines,” she said. “But I do think Peruvian cuisine does ...
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