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Spicy Flavors, Pork, And Bread Mentioned A Lot In Social Media Posts

March 7, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
A National Pork Board-sponsored analysis of 30 million Facebook, Twitter and Instagram posts finds great diversity in food preferences in the U.S. But some of those preferences stand out, including smoked foods, hot and spicy flavors paired with proteins. Those accounted for more than half of all social media mentions. The most popular ethnic flavor is Cajun, followed by Mexican and Asian. Most frequently mentioned among grain products was bread: 22 percent of mentions alongside proteins. Pork was cited as a spicy option in 41 percent of the postings, bacon was the most favored pork product, and cheese of any kind was the favorite food topping.
"Social media survey pinpoints food trends", Rapid City Journal, March 07, 2015, © Rapid City Journal
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