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Food These 5 Food Trends Will Take Over Every Café In 2018

01:07  04 december  2017
01:07  04 december  2017 Source:   harpersbazaar.com.au

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Whole Foods have published a list of the health foods set for fame in 2018.: health food trends 2018© Provided by Bauer Media Pty Ltd health food trends 2018

Superfoods, such as kale and chia, have been reigning supreme in cafés and pantries across Australia—but it seems their time in the sun has come to an end, as a new generation of on-trend superfoods step into the limelight.

Whole Foods has put together a list of the ingredients they reckon will grow in popularity exponentially in 2018. We have pulled out the top five to allow you to prep your recipes for the coming year, and get ahead of the trend before everyone else.

Here are the top food trends for 2018.

Edible Flowers

Edible flowers have been garnishes on restaurant dishes for a while now, but they’re expected to arrive in cafes, bars and home cooking with full force—with lavender becoming the star of the show in 2018.

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1. Desserts for Every Diet. If 2017 was a year of excess, 2018 will be equally focused on mindful eating and wellness. We’ll see this in the 2017 was a big year for Filipino food and for ube in particular — just take a look at the trending treats from Silver Lake bakery FrankieLucy Bakeshop for reference.

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Super Powders

Super powders like matcha, cacao and turmeric are set to keep appearing in smoothies and juice drinks—adding more fuel to our morning brew.

Functional Mushrooms

These have mostly been used in dietary supplements, and are rather different to the average field mushroom that you would mix in with your pasta. They include varietals such as cordyceps, chaga, reishi and lion’s mane, and will be appearing in your bottled drinks and coffee cups in 2018.

Plant-based Meat Alternatives

Plants-based alternatives will become much more accessible next year, with producers swapping out fish and meat for a vegetarian-friendly option. Expect high quality swap-outs though, with items such as tuna-free sushi made with tomatoes, and veggie burgers that bleed like real meat appearing on menus across the globe.

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Restaurant trends 2018 . Every year the restaurant business gets bigger. And restaurateurs forecast that in 2018 this will rise even further in the USA. It’s not just about new This massive opening is basically logical after the active promotion of healthy foods and lifestyles over the past few years.

This trend is confirmed by Whole Foods , which notes in its 2018 food trends predictions that bright pink hibiscus trees and citrusy elderflower are going to be in the spotlight, as well as by Clint Jaeger, Executive Chef of Seventeen in Sydney, who tells Forbes that petals will likely take the place of micro

Tacos

We know this initially screams ‘greasy fast food’, but the 2018 taco will be a lot different from your average food court pick-up. Instead look out for seaweed shells, grain-free tortillas and paleo-friendly creations in the new year.

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