A lot has been said about the expected food and drink trends of 2014. Vegetables are going to be huge with cauliflower leading the way. Small menus, healthy restaurants, tea, gin and vermouth will all be in favor, fortunately not all in the same glass.
Predicting their own 2014 food trends The Food People have created this great infographic that looks ahead to 8 trends they expect to see in 2014.
The infographic first sets out the trends such as Guts & Glory - a growing market of risk taking food lovers who want bold experiences or Hybrid - the movement of foods being mixed, new fusions, flavor profiles and cuisine mash ups.
The chart predicts how long the trends will stay for and offers a nice look at what the strong trend setting cuisines of 2014 will be. It also predicts what type of culinary fusions we can expect to see emerging throughout the year.
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