You’d think the widespread popularity of Latin flavors and a steady increase in the size of the U.S. Hispanic population would somehow be translating into more business for U.S. restaurants. But new numbers from NPD’s CREST Hispanic tracking study show that’s not the case. Instead, year-over-year restaurant visits by U.S. Hispanics have declined, particularly in the full-service segment. You can’t say we weren’t warned. Check out this note from NPD’s ...
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