The consumer attitudes and usage study is conducted annually to gather insights on U.S. consumers, evaluating their attitudes towards foods and their dietary choices. The study also measures attitudes toward potatoes. (Study fielded January 2022, online with 2,000 respondents.)
The potato remains America’s favorite vegetable with 76% of respondents reporting they eat potatoes at least once per week. (Up 4% from 2021) When asked what would make them likely to buy more potatoes, consumers stated:
The best way to understand restaurant patrons' habits and opinions about potatoes when dining out is to ask them. So we did! We surveyed 1,500 patrons, focusing on several key areas: expectations, as they relate to potatoes, the impact the “style” of a restaurant has on potato perceptions, and understanding potato usage, as well as the formats that are enjoyed.
This is a comprehensive report depicting the potato category’s penetration on menus across different segments, dayparts, cuisines, and much more. The data is collected by Datassential, a leading food industry research firm.
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