Affluent Hispanic Men Are Grocery Shoppers

More than three out of four Hispanic men with household incomes of $100,000 or more shopped for food and clothing sometime during the past year, compared with two-thirds of lower-income Hispanic men, according to research from Mintel. The findings suggest on average, Hispanic men were less likely to do the grocery shopping than white, Asian or black men. When they do shop, 75 percent of Hispanic men purchase food products at a traditional grocery store, the study said.

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