The survey revealed that 93 percent of millennials try a new recipe every month, while 77 percent say they have an interest in trying new foods. In addition, 80 percent of millennials like to cook new or regional ethnic foods, and 40 percent are cooking more regional and ethnic dishes than they were two years ago. According to the survey, common ingredients found on millennials’ pantry shelves include Chipotle chilis in adobo sauce, fish sauce, hoisin, tamari, and kimchi.

When it comes to shopping, more than half of millennials are eating more locally grown or produced foods compared to two years ago, and 32 percent have grown fruits, veggies, or herbs in the past 12 months. The top five reasons for wanting to shop local include freshness, taste, supporting local businesses, trusting quality, and knowing where the food came from.