A plant-based diet has become more and more popular over the last decade. The reason is not only because of the numerous health benefits it can provide. This diet is also beneficial for animals and the environment. As such, it is not surprising that plant-based food trends are popular today
Battle Creek-based consultancy JPG Resources has its fingers on the pulse of the industry, from innovation to supply chain, consumer trends, investing and venture capital. Working with a wide variety of brands and industry leaders, the team is uniquely positioned to offer a different perspective from different sides of the
Two of the biggest (and brightest) summer food trends are in the soup. Chef Pii’s Pink Sauce which caused a frenzy across social media for its chic, millennial pink base is being called out for being potentially hazardous. Cowboy caviar has made Twitter mad because apparently, the Instagram-approved salad appropriates
The Kellogg Company, which does business as Kellogg’s, is one of the world’s largest food and beverage firms best-known for its breakfast cereals as well as rapidly-growing snack product portfolio, providing it with a prime position to recognize up-and-coming consumer trends within the industry.
According to the firm’s Chief Marketing
Food TikTok has developed a life of its own, allowing a larger audience to experience cuisine from around the world. Younger users on the platform are learning how to cook from these bite-sized video recipes, while a wider audience is looking to it for menu inspiration. TikTokers are also keen
Plant-based meats and a lean toward sustainable eats crested during 2021. From celebrity chef Tom Colicchio’s partnership with Meati to The Manual’s December guide to going vegan, the world of cuisine kept up its constant pace with the zeitgeist.
This year will likely see more plant-based foods and sustainable packaging
HOUSTON – If you’re looking to reboot your diet in 2022 and eat cleaner and healthier – you’re right on trend!
Tanji Patton of Goodtaste TV is here to help you meet your nutritional goals.
Some common food trends you’ll see in restaurants and on menus this year include –
Nostalgia, sustainability and e-commerce all should continue to thrive in 2022, according to a forecast of food trends from the International Food Information Council. Food insecurity and exotic flavors will be topics of note, and terms like kokumi, “reducetarian” and COP26 could be heard often as well, according to the
Ahhhh. It’s the end of another long pandemic year. Somehow, we all got through 2021! Let’s take a moment to look back on what filled our kitchens, plates, and bellies during this strange time.
First, we had feta pasta, where a simple block of cheese with tomatoes and pasta