Coronavirus (COVID-19) had a significant impact on consumers’ daily habits. The pandemic enforced home seclusion for large numbers of Brazilian consumers, who shifted from out-of-home meals to at-home cooking habits.
A typical basic salad in Brazil usually consists of tomatoes, onions and other vegetables like lettuce, cucumbers and carrots. More than anything, the combination of garlic and onions constitutes one of the basic natural condiments for almost all Brazilian dishes, with daily consumption frequency.
Due to the longer than expected application of social isolation measures and closures of non-essential businesses and schools, foodservice and institutional sales are expected to continue to be affected in the short term. According to ABRASEL (Brazilian Association of Restaurants and Bars), a significant number of small and independent establishments are expected to close definitively, especially ones that operate the self-service “pay per kg” model.
To overcome barriers to convenience, many producers are starting to offer pre-washed vegetables, particularly for greens like lettuce, spinach, arugula, watercress, chicory and cabbage. Usually available in plastic bags or plastic boxes, they tend to have higher unit prices than non-pre-washed versions.
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