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Cutting Edge Wellness: Culinary Trend Tracking Series
Health food ingredients common to counter-culture diets of the 1960s and 70s, the likes of which fill recipe lists in the Moosewood restaurant cookbooks, are back in vogue and redefining what wellness means for new generations. In Cutting Edge Wellness: Culinary Trend Tracking Series, Packaged Facts analyzes food trends related to:
Reaction to overly processed food
Interest in getting closer to the land and food production methods, animal welfare
Diet and lifestyle taking global and environmental politics into consideration
We discuss these and other related trends as they apply to the culinary, foodservice, and food retail markets across four stages of influence:
Stage 1: Adaptogenic Plants
Stage 2: Ayurvedic Food & Beverage
Stage 3: Paleo Diet (or Trend?)
Stage 4: Vegan Diet (or Lifestyle? Trend?)
Packaged Facts’ Culinary Trend Tracking Series (CuTTS) is the essential source for tracking culinary trends and opportunities in the restaurant, foodservice, retail prepared foods, and packaged food and beverage sectors. This report series supports the menu and food manufacturing innovation of executives, strategists, chefs, and food research professionals in R&D/product development, market and consumer insights, brand management, and trade and consumer marketing.The Culinary Trend Tracking Series helps customers:
Identify future opportunities in menu offerings and packaged foods & beverages
Leverage the long-term drivers that are truly propelling food industry trends
Track trends in fine dining restaurant, foodservice, retail prepared foods, and packaged foods
Match emerging trends to your organization’s ongoing menu and product development
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