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Food Trends in 2021
During the COVID-19 pandemic last year, the interest in personalized nutrition, a healthy gut and the immune system and related nutrients and supplements increased, as did cooking more. These trends appear to be continuing into 2021 based on information from Forbes
and Food Insight
, and in some of the links below. Expect to also see an increase in food costs and more interest in reducing waste and recycling, and support for local businesses.
Check out a few other predictions:
Happy New Year!
Food Trends in 2020
Registered dietitians, chefs and the food industry weigh in on expected food trends for the coming year. Common themes are an expected growth in the number of CBD-infused beverages and food products (particularly in Britain and Canada), more plant-based foods and alternative meat options, growing number of 'flexitarians' (those who follow a minimally plant-based diet) and considerations given to sustainable choices. Check out a few of our favourite predictions:
Happy New Year!
Food Trends for 2019
It's January, and there are many food trend predictions for the year. Real food, mindful eating and drinking are the top trends according to Global News. Other common themes include challenges because of increasing food prices; continued emphasis on a plant-based diet, eating for health and reducing food waste for sustainability; and ethnic food specialties. Check out the following predictions from around the globe:
Food Trends for 2018
It's January and there are many predictions for what the food trends will be this year, including the annual Forbes list with the 10 Food Trends that Will Shape 2018, which includes: mindfulness, tactile, farming, neuronutrition, biohacking, technofoodology, advertising, politics and food, and future supermarkets. Enjoy reading the lists from a few countries below, noting some common themes around tea, growing and even forging your own food, plant-based proteins and reducing food waste: