CHICAGO — U.S. Hispanics have not had to adopt as many economy-inspired, cost-cutting measures as non-Hispanics, according to new Mintel research. At a time when more than half (52%) of the general population is dining out less to help cut costs, Hispanics have not had to make a change since they already dined in more frequently. Members of the demographic spend more on groceries ($115) per week than any other ethnic group. When the majority of Americans were cutting back on their ...

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