The report focuses on international, restaurant, catering, retail food, health and lifestyle, children, environmental policy and beverage trends, looking at what’s emerging, slowing down and just around the corner in the culinary and hospitality industries.
December 6, 2019
Les Dames d’Escoffier International (LDEI), Louisville, Ky., revealed data gathered from its international membership of over 2,400, which forecasts the most innovative trends in the culinary and cultural landscape for the next year.
For example, foodprints (the environmental impact of food) are swaying consumer purchases.
October 29, 2019
THP, Canada, released its Flavor & Trend Forecast for 2020, a comprehensive report highlighting the latest ingredients, cooking techniques and culinary ideas driving innovation and disruption within the food and beverage industry.
More than 69% of chefs surveyed said ethnic-inspired items would be the year’s top food trend.
January 2, 2019
The National Restaurant Association (NRA), Washington, D.C., released its 2019 What’s Hot Culinary survey, which found that guests are looking for great tasting foods that also are healthy and sustainable at the same time.
Past reports have predicted flavor forecasts with “obscure” ingredients like maple, sea salt, kale and coconut water and milk. Not so obscure anymore.
December 8, 2017
McCormick & Co., Baltimore, Md., deployed a team of more than 100 global experts, including chefs, culinary professionals, trend trackers and food technologists, to identify the next big flavor trends.
Whether you’re an accomplished chef, bona fide foodie or have a passing interest in food, consumers should keep a look out for these trends.
December 8, 2017
The chefs at Campbell’s Culinary & Baking Institute (CCBI), a global network of highly-trained chefs, bakers and culinary professionals at Campbell Soup Co., Camden, N.J., have explored the globe, eating at restaurants and food stands, scouring markets and grilling foodies to deliver the six biggest and most accessible food trends of 2018.
Check out the January 2021 edition of Refrigerated & Frozen Foods, featuring the 2021 Refrigerated Foods Processor of the Year, Greenleaf Foods; read about the company and the plant. Also, we have alternative proteins, cold storage and COVIC-19 vaccines, new retail products, and much more!