Pork losing out in rise of international cuisines
Global travel and population diversification has influenced the types of foods British consumers eat. It’s a long-term trend that continues to affect our industries. With more and more choice, consumers need inspiration to keep industry products relevant.
British consumers are still most likely to opt for traditional British meals or protein-centered dishes (like meat, potatoes and vegetables) over ethnic/world cuisines. But the lines are blurring and there are new traditions. Beef and chicken have no doubt benefited from both long-term and more recent changes in cuisine preferences. However, beef’s strong association with these types of dishes isn’t replicated for pork. This is something the sector ought to strive for, positioning it as a direct alternative to chicken.
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Rebecca Gladman, Consumer Insight Analyst
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