Rockville (MD), December 8, 2014 – Looking ahead to 2015, one of the most intriguing trends expected to shape the U.S. foodservice sector is the emerging popularity of internationally inspired street and grill foods that pay homage to the authentic ingredients and flavors of their homelands, according to Street and Grill Foods: Culinary Trend Mapping Report, a new study by market research firm Packaged Facts.
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“Sure, nothing could be more American than street, fair, and festival foods such as corn dogs, pretzels, ice cream and cotton candy, but its street foods of disparate geographic heritage that are truly moving the culinary meter and exciting restaurateurs and restaurant patrons alike,” says David Sprinkle, research director for Packaged Facts.
Foodies and urban and Millennial hipsters are among the consumers most likely to be attracted to the fresh, local, distinctive, and savoriness associated with these internationally and regionally inspired street and grill foods. Likewise, the artisanal nature of these foods appeals to casual eaters occasionally seeking tickets to flavor adventure and tourism. Meanwhile, the inherent healthfulness of various street and grilled dishes featuring vegetables, fruit, or sesame seeds garner the attention of wellness-conscious eaters seeking to indulge in something different without completely abandoning their commitment to proper nutrition.
This issue of Culinary Trend Tracking Series offers five profiles of street foods or grilled dishes with international roots and resonance:
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