The consumer attitudes and usage study is conducted annually to gather insights on American consumers, evaluating their attitudes on foods and their dietary choices. The study also measures attitudes toward potatoes, specifically, along with potato usage and consumption. (Study fielded January 2019, online with 2,015 respondents.)
The potato remains America’s
favorite vegetable with 78% of respondents saying they eat potatoes at least
once a week. On top of this, potatoes saw an increase in positive perception
across key attributes:
The Consumer Recipe Insights study looks at how consumers are using recipes, including what type of dish, meal, and occasion they are being used for. The study also looks at the different cooking skill levels and what each skill set is looking for in a recipe.
This report highlights the total U.S. Potato Utilization during the July 2020 – June 2021 marketing year (MY21). It shows the share of total utilization by product including frozen, fresh, chips, dehydrated, refrigerated, and others. The report also covers sales by product and channel and also compares retail channel sales to foodservice channel sales.
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