2017 food trend predictions

2017 food trend predictions

Food trends are always an exciting topic to discuss in our industry. What will reign supreme in 2017? Whilst there will never be a trend to serving good quality, delicious food – particular ingredients, dishes, techniques, styles, cuisines and methods will undoubtedly take center stage throughout the seasons.

It hasn’t been easy keeping up with the predictions of what will take the culinary world by storm in ’17, but we stumbled upon the list of all lists, thanks to Eater.com and thought we would share with you all!

So here it is a whopping 81 predictions of international food trends to sink your inspirational teeth in to.

1. Adaptogen supplements (Bon App)

2. African food (National Restaurant Association)

3. Alternative pasta (Whole Foods)

4. Amaro (Bon App)

5. Artisanal butchery / Meat (BloombergNational Restaurant Association)

6. “Authentic ethnic cuisine” (National Restaurant Association)

7. Beef (James Beard Foundation)

8. Brisket (GrubHub)

9. Buddha bowls (Pinterest)

10. Cauliflower (Bon AppJames Beard Foundation)

11. Casual family dinners (Food Network)

12. Cereal (Bloomberg)

13. Charcoal (Bon AppBloomberg)

14. Charcuterie (National Restaurant Association)

15. Chilled red wine (Bloomberg)

16. Classic French cuisine (James Beard Foundation)

17. Coconut (Whole Foods)

18. Coffee as an ingredient (Food Network)

19. Cooking over fire (Telegraph)

20. Counter-service restaurants (Food Network)

21. Craft beer (Pinterest)

22. “Creative condiments” / House-made condiments (Whole Foods,National Restaurant Association)

23. Delivery services / Delivery apps (Bon AppJames Beard FoundationTelegraph)

24. Edamame noodles (Sainbury’s via Telegraph)

25. Empanadas (Pinterest)

26. “Ethnic” breakfast food (National Restaurant Association)

27. Fermentation (James Beard Foundation)

28. Filipino food (BloombergFood Network)

29. Flexitarian dieting (Whole FoodsFood Network)

30. Frybread (James Beard Foundation)

31. Food waste, serving on menus (BloombergJames Beard Foundation)

32. Healthy “chips” (Pinterest)

33. Healthy kids’ meals (National Restaurant Association)

34. Heirloom produce (National Restaurant Association)

35. High-tech cocktails (Bloomberg)

36. “Home-based chefs” (Food Network)

37. Italian food (Telegraph)

38. Jackfruit (Pinterest)

39. Kalettes (James Beard Foundation)

40. Koji (Telegraph)

41. Kombucha (Telegraph)

42. Las Vegas (Bloomberg)

43. Live-streaming video (Food Network)

44. Marbling desserts (Telegraph)

45. Mastiha liqueur (Telegraph)

46. Mead (Telegraph)

47. Meaty vegetables (Food Network)

48. Naan pizza (Pinterest)

49. Noodles (Foursquare)

50. Non-sushi Japanese food (Whole Foods)

51. Nutritional yeast (Bon App)

52. Octopus (Pinterest)

53. “Old-school pizzerias” (Bon App)

54. Olive oil alternatives (Pinterest)

55. Pho (GrubHub)

56. Pignoletto sparkling wine (Telegraph)

57. Poke (GrubHubWaitrose via Telegraph)

58. Porridge (Food Network)

59. Products made from byproducts / Whey (Whole FoodsJames Beard Foundation)

60. Purple food (Whole Foods)

61. Quick-pay coffee cups (Telegraph)

62. Sauerkraut (Pinterest)

63. Savory yogurt (Waitrose via Telegraph)

64. Seafood towers (Bloomberg)

65. 1970s-inspired food (Telegraph)

66. Sherry cocktails (Telegraph)

67. “Smart” gadgets for the kitchen (Telegraph)

68. Sorghum (James Beard Foundation)

69. Sous-vide (Pinterest)

70. Sprinkles / colorful dessert (James Beard Foundation)

71. Street-food inspired dishes (National Restaurant Association)

72. Sustainable seafood (National Restaurant Association)

73. Syrian food (Telegraph)

74. Tacos (Telegraph)

75. Tamales (GrubHub)

76. Tataki (James Beard Foundation)

77. Tater tots (GrubHub)

78. Turmeric root (Sainbury’s via Telegraph)

79. Vegetables (BloombergJames Beard FoundationTelegraph)

80. Wellness tonics (Whole Foods)

81. Yogurt (Bon App)

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