Industry News | March 2, 2012
What Food Saw 95 Billion Servings in 2011?
As interest in Asian cuisine grows among American diners, HackCollege.com puts numbers behind the popularity of Ramen noodles. See the site's infographic below.
“Asian food tends to be a little more interesting, especially for the growing number of consumers tired of the same old thing—burgers and deep fried,” says Arnold Shain, founder of Costa Mesa, California–based consultant Restaurant Group Inc.
“People perceive Asian cuisine as a better way of eating and [as] more healthful, because it has less red meat and more noodles, rice, and vegetables.”
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