- Author: FoxLatinoNews
It's a fact. At least according to a report by the consumer research group Packaged Food.
In its study, entitled “Hispanic Food Shoppers in the U.S.,” Packaged Food found that the majority of Latinos don't buy peanut butter, pretzels or pickles. Hispanic shoppers also shy away from ground beef and hamburgers, preferring to cook up steak instead.
When it comes to the dairy section, 52 percent of Latino shoppers said they buy whole milk instead of skim or other less fatty versions. That's compared to 32 percent of Americans overall.
While the report looks at the Latino population in general...
- Author: Forbes, by Clare O'Connor
With 9 days left until Christmas, retailers are pulling out all the stops to attract last-minute shoppers to their brick-and-mortar stores and online iterations alike.
As reported by Forbes, recent data indicates there’s one group they should be paying special attention to, particularly given their propensity to spend big around the holidays: Hispanic Millennials. Here’s why.
They have disposable income.
Young Hispanics between the ages of 20 and 29 carry about $10,000 less debt than other Millennials, according to
- Author: RetailCustomerExperience.com
A survey by the Integer Group found that 16 percent of Hispanic shoppers are using their mobile devices to make purchases, compared to 12 percent of general market shoppers.
Additional findings on Hispanic shoppers from The Checkout:
Hispanics place greater emphasis on their personal networks, with 40 percent saying recommendations from their friends and family influence their shopping list compared to 29 percent of the general market.
Hispanic shoppers are more experiential, with 25 percent of...