This study is the third in the North American dining series where over 1,000 Mexican consumers were surveyed about their attitudes and behaviors related to meal choices at home, in the workplace, at restaurants and at the supermarket/deli. Consumers were asked about their trust in restaurant dining, their view on healthfulness and how convenience plays a role in their lives. Responses from this survey were compared to the US and Canada Consumer Dining Studies to reveal how consumers in all three countries are similar and different in their dining habits.
Read this Study to know more about:
- How Mexico is a family centric dining culture, both in and away from the home
- The regional cuisines that are trending in Mexico and how these can influence global menus
- The differences between consumers in Mexico, the US and Canada when it comes to compromising taste for healthfulness
April 18th, 2017