“It is poised to work really well at retail, because more consumers are being exposed to it at foodservice.” —MAEVE WEBSTER, Datassential
While Peruvian cuisine has been working its way into the American mainstream for some time, retailers don’t have to look that far away to find another potentially hot culinary trend, said Maeve Webster, senior director at food-trends tracking firm Datassential. Southern foods, in particular traditional Southern foods that have been given an upscale treatment, offer retailers an opportunity to get new items in front of their customers and drive sales growth. This category may be ...
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