By Jennifer Segal
By Chris Campbell
As Hispanics become the fastest-growing ethnic group in the U.S., the demographic’s buying power grows, as well. In 2015, Hispanics made up 17.6% of the population, while the cohort’s buying power grew to $1.4 trillion the next year. By 2065, Hispanics will account for one quarter of the U.S. population, according to an IRI report, Hispanics and New Products.
"The perfect fruit salad for a backyard bbq or any occasion. There are never leftovers! This is one of my favorite fruit salad recipes, as I think the sauce really makes it. This salad is tastier the longer you can let it soak in its juices. I prefer 3 to 4 hours in the refrigerator before I serve it. Enjoy."
Recipe By: Nicole Graham Holley
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Mix up your morning meal and try one—or a few—of these 5 healthy breakfast foods that help you lose weight.
The rise in sales of superfoods across America is exponential and astounding; with some of the most popular foods such as quinoa and kale going up by 15% in the last year alone. The US is finding new ways every day to incorporate some of the world's healthiest and most nutritious foods intotheir traditional meals, but which ones are easy additions to classic South American cuisine? Here are three superfoods with some of the biggest health boosts around, which can all be incorporated into traditional Hispanicgarnishes hassle-free.