The Global Rise of the Can't Cook Gourmet

  • ID: 3631660
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 39 pages
  • Euromonitor International
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While more consumers self-identify as foodies, with a strong interest in exotic and gourmet foods, there is also a rise in the number of consumers who can’t, or won’t, cook for themselves. Drawing from a wide range of The International survey, market and demographic data, this first report in a series of two aims to pinpoint and locate the deskilled foodie, and look at the implications of this for industries from packaged food to restaurants, kitchenware and kitchen appliances.

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The Global Rise of the Can’t Cook Gourmet

February 2016
Key Findings
The rise of the gourmet
…and the decline of cooking skills
Conclusion and recommendations
Methodology and definitions
Internet vs Store-based Shopping
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