No one should settle for a ho-hum burrito. That’s why E.A. Sween took the time to build a better burrito. We’ve added more cheese, more beans and enhanced flavors, making these tasty burritos a hit with consumers.
CSP Daily News Highlights San Luis®
When it comes to spicing up the convenience-store foodservice menu, going global can be a great way to increase excitement while maintaining broad appeal. Mainstream global flavors in particular, such as Mexican inspirations, can help increase flavor variety while keeping things familiar.
Demand for global cuisines has trended upward in recent years. According to Technomic’s Dec. 2020 Global Food and Beverage Consumer Trend Report, 55% of consumers report ordering global foods from grocery or convenience-store prepared foods sections at least once a month, up from 47% of consumers in 2018.
Mexican food is just one type of Hispanic cuisine but is the most popular in the United States. The Mexican category is a $364 million category.*
72% of US consumers eat Latin cuisine. Mexican cuisine eclipses other Latin cuisines with 3x consumption.**
Yes! Two-thirds of consumers are tired of cooking at home, while 79% of consumers say they’re craving something new. A San Luis quesadilla is the ideal on-the-go meal for consumers who are bored with traditional on-the-go comfort foods.
San Luis products are shipped frozen. Our quesadillas carry a 21-day shelf life once thawed, while burritos (breakfast) carry a 21-day shelf life once thawed and burritos (lunch) carry a 30-day shelf life once thawed.
** Mintel, Trending Latin Cuisine Flavors US 2021