CHICAGO — Less-acculturated Hispanics define nutrition in terms of quality and quantity and think of healthy foods as less tasty, according to research from the NPD Group. Foreign-born and Spanish-language dominant Hispanics in particular agree that filling and eating everything on a plate conveys that a person “eats well” and a nutritious meal was served. Read more: Consumers Value Quality Over Low Prices Says Survey The perception is tied to the role food and ...

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