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What Does it Mean When Consumers Say, “Cook From Scratch”?

What Does it Mean When Consumers Say, “Cook From Scratch”?

Many consumers still see cooking both as a valuable skill and as something they generally enjoy — no matter how much they might be spending at restaurants. Most consumers still believe in and aspire to an ideal — a healthy meal, made from scratch, enjoyed with others — that stands in contrast to the reality of most of the meals. Culturally, American consumers still tend to agree that the best meal — the healthiest, tastiest and most emotionally and physically satisfying — is a freshly cooked homemade meal. But what constitutes a homemade, cooked-from-scratch meal?

Resources:

Report: Transformation of the American Meal 2017

Summit: Food Culture Forecast 2018

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Blaine Becker
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blaine@hartman-group.com


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Food & Beverage Occasions Consumer Package Goods Retail/Shopper Insights Trends Point Of View Foodservice/Restaurant


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