What America Eats: Paradigms Shaping Food Choices
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 103 Pages
|美國人的飲食:食品選擇形成的範例 What America Eats: Paradigms Shaping Food Choices|
|出版日期: 2014年11月21日||內容資訊: 英文 103 Pages||
To grow sales, the food retail and foodservice industry must continually adapt to shifts in at-home and away-from-home eating decisions and the interplay between them. Key to understanding evolving at-home and away-from-home eating decisions are trends associated with snacking and sharing; real food versus processed food; and the effect of health attitudes, weight, diet and exercise on food preferences. What America Eats: Paradigms Shaping Food Choices helps food retail and foodservice industry participants adapt to and plan for these important consumer trends. To do so, the report leverages consumer survey analysis to trend relevant consumer attitudes and behaviors over a 10-year period of time; draws from menu database analysis to identify relevant menu item trends and related restaurant innovation; and draws from retail product introductions and success stories to explore related food retail trends. Proprietary survey results are used to explore-among other topics and themes-the relationship between BMI and food choice and amount of exercise and food choice; snacking; processed food and real food within the context of changing consumer eating choices over time; and consumer food preferences and motivations at restaurants versus at home.
By major theme, the report does the following: