This latest study from Culinary Visions® Panel, explores the dining expectations, attitudes and tendencies of senior consumers. The study interviewed 500 senior consumers over the age of 55 in the United States and these included participants living in independent senior communities, assisted living, skilled nursing care and life care. Seniors not currently residing in a senior community were asked to consider care preferences for themselves as well as a friend or loved one. Topics included senior community selection criteria, foodservice characteristics and preferences, senior community perceptions and senior preferences.
Read this Study to know more about:
- The dining expectation of “new” seniors – seniors that are not yet living in senior communities – compared to those already residing there.
- How fresh foods are craved by “new” seniors and how this interest will impact the menus at senior living communities.
- What “new” seniors want when it comes to dining styles and snacking options.