It’s time for my annual Food Trends update, this time of course focusing on predictions and trends for 2017 in food, nutrition, restaurants, and ingredients.
I find the focus on regional American cuisines and plant-based eating refreshing as well as the return to home cooked meals for Generation Z. This is a lot to digest, but included are some nice links to PDFs from Sterling-Rice Group, Baum + Whiteman, and the National Restaurant Association’s What’s Hot Culinary Forecast for 2017, as well as a list from Global Food Forums, that they keep updated as new lists and trend reports are published.
Global Food Forums: 2017 Food Trends
Top trend lists in food, beverage, and nutritional product trends for 2017
National Restaurant Association: What’s Hot 2017 Culinary Forecast
Sterling-Rice Groups: 10 Cutting Edge Culinary Trends for 2017
Washington Post: Plant proteins, healthy fats and more 2017 food trends
Linked-in David Craig: 2017 Food Trends Roundup
International Food Information Council Foundation: Functional foods, sustainability, protein, CRISPR, What’s Healthy
Baum + Whiteman International Food + Restaurant Consultants:
13 Hottest Food & Beverage Trends in Restaurant & Hotel Dining for 2017
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