As we reach the end of 2021, it's time to stick out our necks and present our predictions for the biggest trends in food and drink in 2022.
In the coming year, the industry will be building on the lessons learned during the pandemic, as restaurants continue to evolve with fairer, more humane and more sustainable (in every sense of the word) business models. Chefs will seek out new revenue streams in unexpected places, while producers could be the new rock stars of the food world.
As we see a reshaping of the urban landscape, the role of restaurants will evolve beyond simply feeding people – that is if those restaurants haven't upped and left cities altogether. Innovation will continue to amaze and excite, particularly within the digital realm.
Download our food trends report now and find out exactly what you'll be eating, drinking and experiencing in 2022.
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