A new year is upon us, which means we’re about to see a new lineup of food trends.
According to Better Homes and Gardens, we’re going to be seeing a rise in the popularity of tinned fish, homemade and authentic recipes, pasta alternatives, dates (like the fruit), vintage recipes, and sweet and savory pairings.
We can also expect to see more regional pizzas like New York, Detroit, Chicago, or Naples-style out in the world.
You’ll learn a lot about “real food” and UPFs in 10 Key Trends 2023. Consumers have been looking for ”real” food for decades. But they’re now entering a new phase, creating new opportunities and challenges, and you can’t afford to ignore them. Learn more: https://t.co/NTLFXTCLnH pic.twitter.com/dJUX2mYlmU
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