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Published Jun 1, 2003 | 468 Pages | Pub ID: LA798231

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The multi-billion market for shelf-stable, refrigerated, and frozen ethnic foods - Hispanic, Asian and emerging ethnic cuisines - represents one of the most dynamic and growing segments of the food and beverage industry, both retail and foodservice. This three-part series, The U.S Market for Ethnic Foods, analyzes the trends, data and products that are driving this exciting market, and offers expert insight and recommendations into areas of growth and future opportunities for food and beverage marketers, advertising agencies, foodservice entities and investment companies.

Volume 1 - Hispanic Foods (March 2003) The market for Hispanic foods includes consumers of Hispanic origin—but also extends far beyond them. The growing Hispanic population is exerting a profound cultural effect upon the U.S. as a whole, and consumers from many regions and ethnic backgrounds have developed a craving for "el sabor Latino." As their palates become fluent in Spanish, consumers are moving beyond Mexican to explore a host of Hispanic foods and flavors.

The growing numbers - and influence - of the Hispanic, Asian and other ethnic populations in the United States should be no secret to marketers of most any product; food products are certainly no exception. And it’s not as if Hispanic (read Mexican) food products are new to the American consumer: tacos, salsa, burritos and nachos are staples of American dining-out and, increasingly, in-home eating habits. But what’s changed is the trend "Latinization" of what traditional "American" foods - dulce de leche ice cream is the oft-cited example, and there are plenty others.

Clearly, the American consumer is "hot" for the cuisine of Latin America, Mexican of course but with an expanding eye on other Central American nations, as well as opening the palate to the foods of South America and the Caribbean. And the food industry is responding with gusto. Major mainstream marketers, such as Kraft and Nestle, have identified expansion in the Hispanic market as a significant component of their growth strategies. Investors are looking to smaller, niche Latino marketers as today’s growth alternative to dot.coms and telecom companies.

Volume 2 - Asian Food (May 2003) It’s not just chow mein anymore. A broad spectrum of food products from an increasingly wide range of Asian cuisines is fast finding a place on the mainstream American menu. The $400 million market for shelf-stable, refrigerated, and frozen Asian foods embraces not only the growing number of Asian-American consumers, but also Americans of diverse backgrounds who have come to crave the products of these diverse and flavorful cuisines. Chinese, Japanese, and Thai foods have gained wide acceptance; can Vietnamese, Malaysian, and fusion cuisines be far behind?

A quick tour around most supermarkets or a scan of menus at many "American" restaurants reveals the growing presence, and influence, of Asian cuisines on the American palate. Of course, Chinese cuisine still predominates, but even with that, the number of product options available to consumers is growing considerably. And, increasingly, shoppers can choose from a wider variety of Pan-Asian flavorings, ingredients and prepared foods (rice bowls, anyone?).

What’s behind these trends? Changing demographics, for one: a more diverse mix of Asian peoples are now living in the U.S., still concentrated in coastal and certain metropolitan areas, but starting to make their presence known in the marketplace. Another influence is the popularity of celebrity chefs and "Ameri-Asian" restaurants (Martin Chan, P.F. Chang’s) that are making Asian ingredients mainstream. Finally, you can’t ignore the convenience factor: Asian food products can be easily packaged and quickly prepared, playing right into the desire that more and more consumers have expressed for faster, more convenient meal preparations.

Volume 3 - Emerging Ethnic Cuisines (June 2003)

And now that Mexican/Hispanic and Asian foods have made their way onto the mainstream U.S. menu, what ethnic foods will be next to win the hearts and palates of significant numbers of American consumers? The U.S. Market for Emerging Ethnic Foods looks at some contenders, including Caribbean and African cuisines, the cuisines of Mediterranean countries beyond Italy, and kosher and halal foods, which are attracting consumers beyond their core Jewish and Muslim markets.

This report examines trends for growth in each of these emerging segments and projects sales through 2007. It analyzes consumer demographics and their current and projected impact on sales of ethnic foods. It provides up-to-date competitive profiles of marketers of both ethnic food products, and discusses the influence of the restaurant and foodservice business as a driver of retail trends. The report, which is the third volume of the series, The U.S. Market for Ethnic Foods, also spotlights new products and current advertising trends, as well as future trends and opportunities for marketers of these products.

Executive Overview

Purchasers of the full, three-volume report will also receive an Executive Overview that draws together the trends, numbers and products covered in each of the volumes. The Overview offers commentary on the state of the ethnic foods market as a whole, and presents opportunities, strategies and trends forecasts for the overall state of the ethnic foods market.

Report Methodology

The information in The U.S. Market for Ethnic Foods is based on both primary and secondary research. Primary research involved on-site examination of the retail milieu, interviews with marketing, public relations and industry analysts within the ethnic food market and consultants to the industry. Secondary research entailed data-gathering from relevant trade, business, and government sources, including company literature. Packaged Facts has derived supermarket sales figures from Information Resources, Inc. (IRI) InfoScan sales-tracking data.

Figures provided on national consumer advertising expenditures are based primarily on data (copyright 2001) compiled by CMR/TNS Media Intelligence U.S., the leading provider of strategic advertising and marketing communications intelligence. The analysis of consumer demographics derives from Simmons Market Research Bureau survey data for fall 2002. New product information is gathered via literature research, personal interviews and data compiled by ProductScan, a service of Marketing Intelligence Service Ltd.

All three volumes of this report look at every segment of this dynamic market, examining trends for growth and projecting sales of Hispanic, Asian and emerging ethnic foods through 2008. They analyze consumer demographics and their current and projected impact on sales of Hispanic, Asian and emerging ethnic foods. They provide up-to-date competitive profiles of marketers of both mainstream and authentic ethnic products - including a look at smaller, up-and-coming companies - and discuss the influence of the restaurant and foodservice business as a driver of retail trends. The reports also spotlight new products and current advertising trends, and offer readers trends and marketing opportunities within these burgeoning industries.

What You’ll Get in this Report

Unlike other market research reports, the focus is solely on current and emerging ethnic food trends. The report is arranged in the following segments:

  • The Market (including market size and composition, and projected market growth)
  • The Marketers (including discussions of specific marketer brand and market shares)
  • Competitive Profiles (of the mainstream marketers, Hispanic-, Asian- and ethnic-food specialists and up-and-coming niche players, and analyses of the products they market)
  • Retail Strategies
  • The Foodservice Factor (discussing food service as a culinary trend leader)
  • The Consumer (who’s buying what, and where)
  • The Products
  • Trends and Opportunities
  • Figures on Advertising and Promotion

Plus, you’ll benefit from extensive data, presented in easy-to-read and practical charts, tables and graphs

How You Will Benefit from this Report

If your company is already competing in the Hispanic, Asian or an emerging food market, or is considering making the leap, you will find this report invaluable, as it provides a comprehensive package of information and insight not offered in any other single source. You will gain a thorough understanding of the current market for Hispanic, Asian and emerging ethnic foods, as well as projected sales and trends through 2008. Contributing to that understanding will be a complete analysis of sales data from Information Resources Inc. and other published and trade sources, a detailed discussion of the consumer for Hispanic, Asian and emerging foods based on Simmons data.

This report will help:

  • Marketing Managers identify market opportunities and develop targeted promotion plans for Hispanic, Asian and ethnic foods.
  • Research and development professionals stay on top of competitor initiatives and explore demand for products in the Hispanic, Asian and ethnic foods markets.
  • Advertising agencies working with clients in the food industry understand the Hispanic, Asian and ethnic food buyer - be they of native origin or not - to develop messages and images that compel consumers to purchase these food products.
  • Business development executives understand the dynamics of the market and identify possible partnerships.
  • Information and research center librarians provide market researchers, brand and product managers and other colleagues with the vital information they need to do their jobs more effectively.

Volumes in the series are as follows:

The U.S. Market for Hispanic Foods: Volume 1 in the series, The U.S. Market for Ethnic Foods
The U.S. Market for Asian Foods: Volume 2 in the series, The U.S. Market for Ethnic Foods
The U.S. Market for Emerging Ethnic Foods: Volume 3 in the series, The U.S. Market for Ethnic Foods
The U.S. Market for Ethnic Foods: Volumes 1-3

Volume I: The U.S. Market for Hispanic Foods

I. Executive Summary

II. The Market

    Market Size and Composition
    • Market Definition
    • Figures: Census 2000 Statistics For U.S. Hispanic Population
    • Table: Regional Distribution Of Hispanic Population
    • Table: Hispanic Population By Country of Origin
    • Latin Influence On Mainstream U.S. Consumers
    • Table: U.S. Total Retail Sales Of Mexican Foods, 1997-2001
    • Tables/Figures: U.S. Retail Sales of Mexican Foods By Category, 1997-2001
    • Table: Household Usage Rates for Mexican Products

    Projected Market Growth

    • Consumption Trends
    • Demographic Mix And Market Growth
    • Role Of Distribution Channels
    • Role Of Internet
    • Table: Projected U.S. Retail Sales Of Mexican Foods, 2003-2007

III. The Marketers

    Marketer and Brand Shares
    • Tables/Figures: Mass-Market Shares
    • Prominence Of Private-Label Products
    • Table: Private-Label Shares

IV. Competitive Profiles

    Mainstream Marketers
    • Nestle
    • Kraft
    • Unilever
    • Pillsbury
    • ConAgra
    • Hormel

    Hispanic-Foods Specialists

    • Goya
    • Grupo Bimbo
    • La Fe

    Up-and-Comers

    • Ury's
    • Jugos del Valle

V. Retail Strategies

  • Retailer-Driven Strategies
  • Marketer-Driven Strategies
  • Strategic Trends: Spinoffs, Store-Within-a-Store

VI. The Food-Service Factor

    Food Service as Culinary Trend Leader/Tastemaker
    • Rise Of Celebrity Chefs
    • Figures: Viewership Of TVFN, Sales Of Chef-Authored Cookbooks
    • Celebrity Chefs Making Mexican/Hispanic Ingredients Mainstream
      • Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger
      • Bobby Flay
      • Rick Bayless

    • Nuevo Latino: Chef-Driven 21st-Century Cuisine
      • Origins Of Nuevo Latino
      • Consumer Appeal As Adapted/Americanized/Fusion Cuisine

VII. The Consumer

  • Demographics For Mexican Foods Overall
  • Consumption By Gender
  • Consumption By Race/Ethnicity
  • Consumption By Age Bracket
    • Trends Promising Continued Mainstream Growth:
      • Tweens' Embrace of Mexican Foods
      • Boomers with Adventurous Palates Becoming Seniors

  • Consumption By Household Composition
  • Consumption By Household Income & Individual Income
  • Pleasing the Mainstream Palate: Authentic vs. Adapted
  • Crossover Success: The Dulce de Leche Phenomenon

VIII. The Products

  • Established Product Categories
  • Trends Driving New-Product Creation
    • Lifestyle And Demographic Trends
    • Flavor Trends
    • Packaging And Sizing Trends

  • Most Dynamic Product Categories in Terms of Sales and Number of Product Introductions
  • On the Leading Edge: Product and Category Innovations

IX. Trends and Opportunities for Marketers: Summary and Recommendations

Appendix I: Figures: Advertising and Promotion

Appendix II: Company Information for Marketers Active in Mexican/Hispanic Foods Market

  • Company Contact Information: Addresses, Phone Numbers, Websites
  • Executive Contact Information (Where Available)

Volume II: The U.S. Market for Asian Foods

Chapter 1: Executive Summary

    Scope and Methodology
    • Scope of Report
    • Report Methodology
    • Note on Simmons Survey Data and Figures

    The Market

    • Market Definition
    • Growth of the U.S. Asian Population
    • Asian Immigration to the U.S.
    • Ethnic Origins of the U.S. Asian Population
    • Figure 1-1: Ethnic Origins of Asian Americans, 2002
    • Regional Distribution of the U.S. Asian Population
    • Mainstream Interest in Asian Foods
    • Figure 1-2: Favorite Ethnic Cuisines of Adults Aged 55 and Older

    Retail Sales of Asian Foods—Past, Present, and Future

    • Total Retail Sales of Asian Foods, 1998-2002
    • Retail Sales of Oriental Foods by Category, 1998-2002
    • Table 1-1: U.S. Retail Sales of Oriental Foods, 1998-2002
    • Projected Market Growth
    • Projection of Total Retail Sales, 2003-2008
    • A Conservative Estimate?
    • Figure 1-3: Projected U.S. Retail Sales of Oriental Foods, 2003-2008

    The Competitive Situation

    • Overview of Competitive Landscape
    • Major Mainstream Players
    • Leading Specialists
    • Frozen-Food Specialists
    • Private-Label Power
    • Up-and-Comers
    • Marketer Shares
    • Subcategory Sales Breakdown
    • Figure 1-4: U.S. Market Share of Oriental Food Category by Subcategory, 2002
    • Overall Category Shares by Brand/Subcategory
    • Figure 1-5: Overall Market Share of Oriental Food Category by Brand/Subcategory 2002
    • Subcategory Shares by Brand
      • Oriental Sauce/Marinade
      • Oriental Food Items
      • Bamboo Shoots/ Water Chestnuts
      • Chow Mein Noodles
      • Oriental Cooking Oils
      • Private-Label Shares by Subcategory

    Retail Strategies

    • Catering to Ethnic and Mainstream Consumers
    • Educating the Mainstream: Show, Don’t Tell
    • Best Practices for Courting Ethnic Consumers
    • The Online Channel

    The Foodservice Factor

    • Chinese Food on the Mainstream Menu
    • Southeast Asian Cuisines on the Rise
    • The Pan-Asian Phenomenon
    • The Roles of Chefs
    • Fine Dining: Infused with Inspiration
    • Midscale: Szechuan and the City
    • Fast-Casual: Sizzling Like Oil in a Hot Wok
    • QSR: Is Panda E. the Next Mickey D’s?
    • Foodservice Beyond Restaurants: Strategic Acquisitions
    • Sysco and Asian Foods
    • ICV and Chung’s Foods

    The Consumer

    • Defining the Asian-Foods Consumer
    • Ethnic Consumers: Changing Consumption Patterns
    • Mainstream Consumers: Exploring New Territory
    • Appeal Across All Ages
    • Figure 1-6: Percentage of Consumers Choosing Soy Sauce As Most Often Used BBQ/Seasoning Sauce, by Age
    • No Gender Gap
    • Saying "Si" to Soy Sauce
    • Leaning Westward
    • Figure 1-7: Percentage of Consumers Choosing Asian Sauces as Most Often Used by Ethnic/Racial Origin
    • Salaries and Sauces
    • Well-Seasoned Bliss

    New Products and Product Trends

    • Defining Asian Foods
    • What "Oriental Food" Means
    • Sushi
    • Soy Foods
    • Chai
    • Pho
    • Flavoring as Points of Entry

    Trends and Opportunities

    • Flavor Trends
    • Adventure and Intensity

    Lifestyle Trends
    • Portability
    • Convenience
    • Portability + Convenience = Bowls
    • Meals for One

Chapter 2: The Market

  • Market Definition
  • The Ubiquity of Asian Foods
  • A Note about IRI Data

The Asian Population: Who and Where

  • Census 2000 Statistics for U.S. Asian Population
  • Figure 2-1: Growth of U.S. Asian Population & Total U.S. Population 1990 & 2000
  • Asian Immigration to the U.S.
  • Table 2-1: Number of Immigrants to the U.S. in the 1980’s & 1990’s by Country
  • Ethnic Origins of the U.S. Asian Population
  • Figure 2-2: Ethnic Origins of Asian Americans 2002
  • Regional Distribution of the U.S. Asian Population
  • Figure 2-3: States with Highest Percentage of Asian Population 2002
  • Asian Concentration in Metropolitian Areas

Mainstream Interests in Asian Foods

  • An $800+ Million Industry
  • Table 2-2: U.S. Retail Sales of Oriental Foods 1998-2002
  • Figure2-4: U.S. Retail Sales of Oriental Foods 1998-2002
  • Sales Growth According to IRI Categories
  • Figure 2-5: U.S. Retail Sales of Oriental Foods by Category 1998-2002
  • The Ramen Noodle Factor
  • Table 2-3: U.S. Retail Sales of Ramen Noodles, 1998-2002
  • Figure 2-6: U.S. Retail Sales of Ramen Noodles, 1998-2002
  • Frozen Entrées “Bowl Over” Consumers

Projected Market Growth

  • Demopraphic Mix and Market Growth
  • Hispanics are A Growth-Opportunity Population
  • Figure 2-7: Favorite Ethnic Cuisines of Adults Aged 55 and Older
  • Increase in Asian Supermakets Leads to More Choices, Exposure
  • Quick Causal Restaurants, Higher-End Chains Will Spur Growth
  • Sales To Reach $975 Million by 2008
  • Figure 2-8: Projected U.S. Retail Sales of Oriental Foods, 2003-2008
  • A Conservative Estimate?

Chapter 3: The Competitive Situation

  • Overview of Competitive Landscape
  • Major Mainstream Players
  • Leading Specialists
  • Frozen-Food Specialists
  • Private-Label Power
  • Up-and-Comers

Marketer Shares

  • Figure 3-1: U.S. Market Share of Oriental Food Category by Subcategory 2002
  • Overall Category Shares by Brand/Subcategory
  • Figure 3-2: Overall Market Share of Oriental Food Category by Brand/Subcategory 2002
  • Subcategory Shares by Brand
  • Oriental Sauce/Marinade
  • Table 3-1: U.S. Retail Sales and Market Share of Oriental Sauce/Marinade by Marinade 2002
  • Oriental Food Items
  • Table 3-2: U.S. Retail Sales and Market Share of Oriental Food Items by Brand 2002
  • Bamboo Shoots/ Water Chestnuts
  • Table 3-3: U.S. Retail Sales and Market Share of Bamboo Shoots/Water Chestnuts by Brand 2002
  • Chow Mein Noodles
  • Table 3-4: U.S. Retail Sales and Market Share of Chow Mein Noodles by Brand 2002
  • Oriental Cooking Oils
  • Table 3-5: U.S. Retail Sales and Market Share of Oriental Cooking Oils by Brand 2002
  • Private-Label Shares by Subcategory
  • Ramen Noodles Awaiting A Revival
  • Figure 3-3: Market Share of Ramen Noodles by Brand/Subcategory 2002

Competitive Situation and Profiles

  • Mainstream Marketers-—Product Introductions and Trends
    • ConAgra
    • Product Areas: La Choy and Chun King
    • Competitive Advantage

  • Schwan Food Company
    • Product Area: Pagoda
    • Competitive Advantage

  • Eden Foods
    • Products Areas
    • Competitive Advantage

    Asian-Food Specialists—Product Introduction and Trends

    • Kikkoman
      • Competitive Advantage

    • Ajinomoto
      • Product Area: Ajinomoto Frozen Foods USA
      • Competitive Advantage

    • Nissin Foods USA
    • Maruchan, Inc.

    Up-and-Comers

    • Kahiki Foods
      • Competitive Advantage

    • Sushi Redi
      • Competitive Advantage

    • NRE World Bento
      • Competitive Advantage

Chapter 4: New Products and Product Trends

  • Defining Asian Food
  • What “Oriental Food” Means
  • Sales of Oriental Foods by Category
  • Figure 4-1: U.S. Retail Sales of Oriental Foods, By Subcategory, 2002

Most Dynamic Product Category

  • Growth in Terms of IRI Sales Figures
  • Figure 4-2: U.S. Retail Sales of Oriental Foods by Category, 1998-2002 (in millions
  • Table 4-1: U.S. Retail Sales of Oriental Foods by Category, 1998-2002
  • Product Growth by Other Measures
  • Sushi
  • Soy Foods
  • Chai
  • Pho
  • New-Product Introductions
  • Flavorings as Points of Entry

Trends Influencing New-Product Creation

  • Flavor Trends
    • Adventure and Intensity
    • Desire for Greater Authenticity

  • Lifestyle Trends
    • Health Consciousness
    • Portability

  • Convenience
    • Portability + Convenience = Bowls
    • Meals for One

    New Asian/Oriental Products

    • Table 4-2: Selected Asian Products Introduced 2002-2003

Chapter 5: Retail Strategies

  • Retail Strategies
  • Asian Aisles
  • Catering to Ethnic and Mainstream Consumers
  • The Chain Gang
  • Educating the Mainstream: Show, Don’t Tell
  • Best Practices for Courting Ethnic Consumers
  • The Online Channel
    • EthnicGrocer.com
    • MingsPantry.com
    • Asianfoodgrocer.com
    • GotEthnicFoods.com

Chapter 6: The Consumer

  • Note on Simmons Survey Data and Figures
  • Defining the Asian-Foods Consumer
  • Ethnic Consumer: Changing Consumption Patterns
  • Mainstream Consumers: Exploring New Territory
  • Appeal Across All Ages
  • Figure 6-1: Percentage of Consumers Choosing Soy Sauce As Most Often Used BBQ/Seasoning Sauce, By Age
  • Figure 6-2: Percentage of Consumers Choosing Light vs. Regular Soy Sauce As Most Often Used, By Age
  • No Gender Gap
  • Saying “Si” to Soy Sauce
  • Figure 6-3: Percentage of Consumers Choosing Asian Sauces as Most Often Used By Ethnic/Racial Origin
  • Leaning Westward
  • Figure 6-4: Percentage of Consumers Choosing Asian Sauces As Most Often Used, by Census Region
  • Salaries and Sauces
  • Figure 6-5: Percentage of Consumers Choosing Asian Sauces as Most Often Used, By Household Income
  • Well-Seasoned Bliss
  • Figure 6-6: Percentage of Consumers Choosing Asian Sauces as Most Often Used, by Household Size

Chapter 7: The Food Service Factor

  • Food Service Factor
  • Chinese Food on the Mainstream Menu
  • Southeast Asian Cuisines on the Rise
  • The Pan-Asian Phenomenon
  • Table 7-1: Number of Ethnic Menu Items on Menus of Non-Ethnic Chain Restaurants, by Cuisine, First Half 2002
  • Multiple Types of Appeal
  • Table 7-2: Types of Appeal Attributed to Asian Ethnic Cuisines
  • The Role of Chefs
  • Authentic vs. Adapted

Asian Restaurants Trends at All Levels

  • Fine Dining: Infused with Inspiration
    • Roy’s
    • Blue Ginger
    • Karma and Tan Da

  • Midscale: Szechuan and the City
    • P.F. Chang’s China Bistro
    • Big Bowl Asian Kitchen
    • Leeanne Chin’s
    • Thaifoon
    • Wolfgang Puck Cafés

  • Fast-Casual: Sizzling Like Oil in a Hot Wok
    • Pei Wei Asian Diner
    • Chin’s Asia Fresh
    • Yan Can
    • SensAsian
    • Pick Up Stix

    QSR: Is Panda E. the Next Mickey D.'s?

    • Panda Express

    Foodservice Beyond Restaurants: Strategic Acquisitions

    • Sysco and Asian Foods
    • ICV and Chung’s Foods

Chapter 8: Trends and Opportunities

    Trends
    • Swimming Toward the Mainstream
    • Craving Convenience
    • Piquing Appetites of All Ages
    • Packing Heat
    • Pan-Asian Popularity
    • Fast-Food Chains Gearing Up for Growth
    • From Chai to Boba
    • Soy-ing Into the Stratosphere

    Opportunities

    • Cater to the Asian/Hispanic Connection
    • Turn Traditions Upside Down
    • Give Tea a Promotion
    • Break Down the Time Barriers to Indian Cuisine
    • Scale the Handheld Hurdle
    • Speak Your Customers’ Languages

Appendix: Addresses of Select Marketers

Volume III. The U.S. Market for Emerging Ethnic Foods

I. Executive Summary

II. The Market

    Market Size And Composition
    • Market Definition
    • Role of Immigration in Emergence of New Cuisines
    • Figures: U.S. Government Statistics for Immigration from Key Regions (Caribbean, Middle East, South Asia, North Africa)
    • Religion and Culture as Drivers of Emerging Cuisines (Kosher and Halal Foods)

    Projected Market Growth

    • Consumption Trends Supporting Expansion into Emerging Cuisines
    • Role of Distribution Channels
    • Role of Internet

III. The Marketers

    Marketer and Brand Shares
    • General Ethnic-Foods Marketers and Their Shares of the Market

    Retail Trends

    • Retail Formats Geared to Exploration of Emerging Cuisines

IV. Competitive Profiles

  • Mainstream Marketers—Product Introductions and Trends
  • Ethnic-Foods Specialists—Product Introductions and Trends

V. The Food-Service Factor

    Food Service as Culinary Trend Leader/Tastemaker
    • Food Service Trends in National/Regional Cuisines
    • New Fusion Cuisines

VI. The Consumer

  • The Ethnic Consumer
  • The Mainstream Consumer of Emerging Cuisines
    • "Adventurous" Consumer Characteristics: Age, Income, Household Composition, Etc.

VII. The Products

    Product And Promotion Trends
    • Breakout Crossover Foods
    • New Product Introductions
    • Flavor Trends
    • Packaging and Sizing Trends
    • National Ad Expenditures

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