The Latin Americans and Street Food Infographic is Flavor-Focused

By: Shiori Mine - Published: • References: truthcentral.mccann and visual.ly
Prepared by the McCann Truth Central project, the Latin Americans and Street Food infographic provides interesting facts about the attitudes towards kiosk-purchased meals.

Street food is becoming a hot topic in the culinary world as more and more food truck vendors emerge onto the scene. South America is a culture-rich continent with an expansive variety in meals and menus. Flavor is of the upmost importance for Latin Americans, so dull and bland fares won't make the cut in this populated region. Although some Latin nations view street food as acceptably unhealthy, others seek to provide options like fruit carts amongst a sea of fried and greasy meals.

Although Brazil is one of the largest South American countries, they eat the least amount of street food according to the Latin Americans and Street Food infographic.