Survey: Mexican food straddles foreign, US cuisines

Survey: Mexican food straddles foreign, US cuisines

Half of those surveyed by NRA eat Mexican food at least once a month

Mexican food holds a unique position in the American culinary scene.

It is ethnic but mainstream, exotic but also partly homegrown and, according to a recent study by the National Restaurant Association, eaten regularly by about half of those surveyed.

The NRA surveyed 1,000 adults earlier this year for its first study in 16 years on consumers’ relationships with different “ethnic” cuisines —

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