From Meatless Bean Sliders to Zesty Fast Food Soups

 - Aug 17, 2017
These remixed Hispanic food products put a fresh twist on tradition, and combine age-old recipes with unexpected ingredients. Millennial Hispanics are one of the largest consumer markets in North America, and are statistically drawn to products that reference their heritage -- most common among young parents who want to carry on cultural traditions alongside their children.

These CPG offerings, and QSR menu items range from culturally fueled fast food to health-conscious supermarket products that substitute traditional ingredients with natural spices and meat alternatives.

Standouts like Habit Burger Grill's Hatch Chile Charburger feature the famed Southwestern pepper, while The Loop's rainbow-hued churros will appeal to younger audiences seeking to indulge in an Instagram-friendly and authentic treat.

Other remixed Hispanic food products include nutritious examples like wheat-free bean pastas that target those with a gluten intolerance. Additionally healthy snack options like Sinfully Thin's Blue Corn Popcorn offer great taste with half the calories of similar products.