11/1/09

Number of restaurants increases 47% since 2005

According to a market research survey carried out by Arellano Marketing, the number of restaurants in Peru has increased 47% over the last four years. By the end of 2009 it is expected that there will be 66,000 restaurants on a national level, of which 41,450 will be in Lima.

The survey also revealed that 9% of Peruvians currently like to go out to eat between two or three times per month. Of those questioned, around 40% said they would increase the amount they spend on food if their salaries were increased by 25%. Peruvians spend an average of 35% of their income on food.

Publication: Esmerk - News monitoring
Provider: Esmerk
October 30, 2009

1 comment:

lliy said...

Looks delicious