- Reducing sugar
This had a large focus in 2016, and it looks set to continue in 2017 with the Government emphasising the importance of its reduction too. As a result, expect to see products such as vegetable yoghurts becoming more popular – oh yes, put that sweet breakfast yoghurt away and pick up a savoury yoghurt. Here’s hoping they taste better than they sound!
- Low & no alcohol drinks.
Although it may not have felt like it on Sunday morning, we are a generation that drink less than the last, and put an emphasis on the quality of the type of alcohol as opposed to the quantity.
With an increase in people wanting to catch up over a late night coffee or maybe even a mocktail – maybe this year will see more late night cafes and maybe even a non-alcoholic bar?!
Chances are we’ll see an increase in non-alcoholic spirits such as Seedlip, the world’s very first – https://www.seedlipdrinks.com/
- Sea Vegetables
- Zero Waste –
We’re on a mission of reducing food waste that is set to continue into 2017. Expect to see an increase in restaurants using perfectly health and edible ‘waste food’ to create more culinary masterpieces.
- Healthy Snacks
I’ve always been one for grazing ALL day as opposed to focusing on three set meals. Gone are the days of three meals and no snacking – so wait to see more sharing small plates and healthier high-protein bites or snacks to keep us grazing all day long!
- Poke Bowls
- Health Fast Foods