Food trends to look out for in 2024

Food Trends to look out for in 2024

In the food and beverage industry, trends come and go, some lasting several years and others being a quick burst of activity. Often, they will branch off into a progression of the original trend and new developments emerge. Looking back on the predicted trends over the past few years, some came to nothing, whilst others have developed and adapted from year to year, bringing new focuses to the food and drink market. Read on to discover what trends 2024 may reveal!

The future of plant-based meat

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As the world hits a new population milestone, 8 billion people, and climate change continues to cause havoc, the question of food security is of greater concern than ever before. Veganism or flexitarian diet have been highlighted as ways in which we might all adjust our lifestyles to reduce meat and dairy consumption and help adapt to the needs of a changing world.

Food trends for 2022

Food trends for 2022

Keen to understand the latest food trends? Want to get your head around terms such as ‘flexitarian’, climatarian and reducetarian? Intrigued about ‘blended meat’ options and potato milk? Here we share some insight and look at ‘awareness’ as one of the key themes for 2022. Read on to learn more about things to consider when planning your catering procurement…

Coffee trends & innovation

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British coffee consumption stands at over 95 million cups per day and the beverage’s popularity shows no signs of slowing down. Here’s the trends predicted for 2020.

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