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What 2016 Food Trends Mean For Your Food Truck. Understanding food trends - Farm Credit Canada. What%E2%80%99s%20Cooking%20in%20Canadian%20Food%20Trends%20for%202016 Ottawa Canada 5 3 2016. What are Canadians eating? Chef Ricardo reveals Canada’s food habits. 9 food trends we'll devour in 2016 - Health. Who’s eating what? - Food In Canada. By Rebecca Harris Gen We/Gen Z While millennials often get the most attention from marketers, a new consumer force is emerging: the youngsters born after millennials.

Who’s eating what? - Food In Canada

“They’re going to define the future of food,” says Therese Caruso, managing director of Global Strategy and Insights at Zeno Group, a global communications firm. Food and Beverage Trends: What Will Shape the 2016 Global Market? - Food Industry Asia. As lifestyles shift and global markets influence how, why and where we buy and consume goods and services, the ever-evolving consumer landscape tries to keep up.

Food and Beverage Trends: What Will Shape the 2016 Global Market? - Food Industry Asia

Natural disasters, the media, tightly held misconceptions, mass connectivity and a draw to simplicity are influencing food and drink habits worldwide like never before. Mintel, a global market intelligence agency, takes a look at the most compelling and category-changing food and drink trends that will emerge in consumer markets across the globe in 2016. Mintel’s team of global food and drink expert analysts have identified and analysed 12 key trends set to impact the global food and drink market in the year to come.

By these trends, we can see that the market will tend to gravitate toward products that promote health and sustainability. Artificial will be public enemy No. 1. Eco is the new reality. From the inside out. For everybody. Based on a true story. Diet by DNA. Good enough to Tweet. Table for one. Fat sheds stigma. Seven global trends in food security. It’s a question that’s being asked more and more: Will the world be able to feed itself in the future?

Seven global trends in food security

By 2050, the planet is expected to have about 9 billion people, many of whom will live in cities far from where food is grown. We will need a global food system that can feed all of them in a sustainable way. The accomplishments of the food system to date should give us hope that we can build the system we’ll need, where everyone has access to safe, nutritious, affordable food. On World Food Day, we offer these large trends, which outline what’s been achieved so far and the challenges still before us. 1. Production of the 16 crops that form the building blocks of the global food system has more than doubled since 1975, delivering enough calories to outpace the rise in consumption 2.

As countries and the global food system have developed, spending on food as a share of total household consumption expenditures has declined markedly in many countries. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 2016 emerging food trends. Global Food Forums has again compiled a list of top trend lists on food, beverage and nutritional product trends for 2016.

2016 emerging food trends

Many list items directly related to our events, which are the Clean Label Conference, Protein Trends & Technologies Seminar, and Sweetener Systems Trends & Technologies Conference. To date, we’ve included information from the following sources (and included the country of their headquarters). 10 Culinary Travel Trends for 2015. What travel trends will shape your trip decisions in 2015?

10 Culinary Travel Trends for 2015

Well, for starters, you can expect more choices from the rapidly expanding sharing economy, more opportunities to discover boutique destinations not previously on the foodie trail, and, of course, plenty of new technology. Check out some of the top trends predicted by two industry heavyweights. Skift Travel Megatrend for 2016: Food Is Now the Leading Hook of Travel – Skift. Earlier this year we launched our annual package, Megatrends Defining Travel in 2016, where we identify the global trends in travel this year and beyond.

Skift Travel Megatrend for 2016: Food Is Now the Leading Hook of Travel – Skift

This trend is just delicious. Who wants to spend billions on a new convention center when a good food truck will do? Call it the Bourdain Effect, as we do, or just call it smart tourism, but destinations have realized you don’t need to spend dollars they don’t have on risky development projects when playing up a region’s favorite meals or drinks is a more sustainable bet. This is a trend we will continue to support, even when it’s no longer cool. FOOD TOURISM : THE Megatrend for 2016. 16 FEB 2016: Skift Magazine has declared that food is now the leading hook of travel in their special edition, The Megatrends Defining Travel in 2016.

FOOD TOURISM : THE Megatrend for 2016

“Food tourism is nothing new, but its exponential growth is remaking how destinations position themselves in the global tourism marketplace,” writes Greg Oates. The magazine dubbed it the Bourdain effect. Aimed at travel strategists, marketers and technologists, Skift Trends Reports provide in-depth trends analysis on all sectors the travel industry. Two reports a month are available for annual subscription or individual reports can be purchased. 9 food trends we'll devour in 2016 - Health. 2016 emerging food trends. Why Toronto Is Becoming the World’s Next Culinary Destination.

Toronto has been experiencing quite a boom: In 2015, the population of the greater Toronto area topped 6 million people for the first time, and it now boasts 91 high-rise buildings under construction—the most of any North American city besides New York.

Why Toronto Is Becoming the World’s Next Culinary Destination

And for a city that has lived in the shadow of the “Canada’s New York” moniker for far too long, Toronto seemed to finally be getting excited about building its own name. But sheer numbers and growing skylines only count for so much. When it comes to identity, few things are able to define a geographical area and its people as well as its food. Walk along a main street of a booming Toronto neighborhood and you’re almost guaranteed to get hungry, but first, you might get a bit confused about what you’re seeing (and smelling) around you. The sheer diversity of Toronto’s food scene makes it somewhat daunting to navigate. Because of this, there is a large-scale cultural synthesis at play in Toronto’s dining landscape.

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