Food Business News

Diners seeking global innovation

By Sam Danley

With the absence of travel and consumers spending more time at home, restaurants may provide the opportunity for diners to supplement lost experiences with global flavors and dishes, according to a new report from T. Hasegawa USA, Inc.

The report cited a study from Mintel that found more than 70% of US consumers enjoy trying new experiences, including food and drink flavor discovery. Gen Z and millennials had the most diverse palates and showed the strongest interest in international cuisine. Younger consumers were most interested in trying African and Korean dishes, along with Japanese, Indian, Latin American and Middle Eastern cuisine. Read More

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