What’s the difference between a foodie and a consumer with more mainstream tastes? Foodies (or “adventurous diners”) are more likely to choose menu items with bitter, sour or umami flavors, according to a new study by The Culinary Visions Panel. Their plainer, more mainstream counterparts go with the tried-and-true sweet and salty flavors. Two other groups, Health Seekers and Fuelers, made up a very small part of the sample. Here are how the groups defined themselves in ...

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