Millennials have earned their reputation as a generation of foodies. So, what about Gen Z? Many assume that Gen Z is set to be the biggest foodies of them all…after all, they are known to post their lives on social media and try new things, right? But while Gen Z loves to post and is always looking for an adventure, their view of food is much different than their older counterparts, and it could be ending foodie culture (as we know it).
YPulse’s newest research not only digs into what food culture is (or isn’t) to Gen Z but explores Gen Z’s approach to food: what they want, where they are choosing to go out to eat, the food content they actually watch, and how food brands can successfully capture their attention.
Download the full report for insights on:
- How Gen Z’s approach to food and foodie culture differs from Millennials
- What type of food Gen Z is eating, where they prefer to eat, and why
- What brands need to lean into when marketing food to Gen Z and the food-related content they like to see
- Spotlight pages with key differences between various demographics
Report length: 49 pages
North American report based on a survey of 1500 13-39-year-olds in the U.S. and Canada, fielded in July 2022
Western Europe report based on a survey of 2500 13-39-year-olds in the U.K., France, Italy, Spain, and Germany, fielded July 2022
Additional survey content for Pro users: What characteristics Gen Z and Millennials say makes somebody a foodie, types of restaurants and specific meals they are more likely to post on social media, and why they are posting food content on their social media pages.
Survey content for Pro users also includes data split by the following demographics: Gender & Generation, Age Groups, Academic Status, Race, BIPOC, Country, Urban/Rural Status, LGBTQ+, and Parents