As the year draws to a close we throw our hat into the ring and predict the forthcoming food trends for 2021.
2020 will be a year to remember for many reasons, not least for being one in which the food industry battled an unforgettable storm.
A year in which our relationship with food, cooking and dining out evolved, and one in which restaurants and chefs pivoted, petitioned and re-examined the way they fed people, ultimately sculpting the new food landscape that lies ahead of us, perhaps forever.
Here’s a look at what you can expect to be experiencing, eating and hearing more of in 2021.
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