U.S. Hispanics' attitudes toward shopping at specialty departments November 2013

Hispanics' attitudes toward shopping at specialty counters/departments in U.S. grocery stores as of November 2013*

U.S. Hispanics' attitudes toward shopping at specialty departments November 2013 The statistic shows the results of an online survey conducted among 963 U.S. Hispanic internet users in November 2013. The survey respondents, which were 18 years and older, were polled about their attitudes towards shopping at specialty counters and departments in U.S. grocery stores. Some 84 percent of responders said they like the freedom specialty counters offer to select exactly what they want, such as a particular cut of meat or a specific quantity. At 67 percent, the second-highest number of respondents said that the staff at specialty stores are more knowledgeable about the products they sell.
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Hispanics' attitudes toward shopping at specialty counters/departments in U.S. grocery stores as of November 2013*

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Share of respondents
I like being able to select what I want (e.g. the quantity, size, cut of meat, etc.)84%
The staff at specialty stores (e.g. meat markets, produce/farmer's markets, seafood stores, etc.) are more knowledgeable about the products they sell67%
I wish more stores I shop at had individual specialty counters for meat, deli, seafood, and bakery66%
Food items from specialty counters are fresher63%
I believe you get better value when you purchase food items from specialty counters52%
Share of respondents
I like being able to select what I want (e.g. the quantity, size, cut of meat, etc.)84%
The staff at specialty stores (e.g. meat markets, produce/farmer's markets, seafood stores, etc.) are more knowledgeable about the products they sell67%
I wish more stores I shop at had individual specialty counters for meat, deli, seafood, and bakery66%
Food items from specialty counters are fresher63%
I believe you get better value when you purchase food items from specialty counters52%
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The statistic shows the results of an online survey conducted among 963 U.S. Hispanic internet users in November 2013. The survey respondents, which were 18 years and older, were polled about their attitudes towards shopping at specialty counters and departments in U.S. grocery stores. Some 84 percent of responders said they like the freedom specialty counters offer to select exactly what they want, such as a particular cut of meat or a specific quantity. At 67 percent, the second-highest number of respondents said that the staff at specialty stores are more knowledgeable about the products they sell.
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