Food & Drink

The top food and drinks trending in 2021

Korean Flavours Go Mainstream

Now, 2021 is shaping up to be a year when Korean flavours go even more mainstream. You’ll be seeing them in restaurants, beyond those specializing in Korean cuisine, as well as grocery shelves.

Other plant-based and alternative meat protein

Whether it be plant-based meat, seafood, dairy and egg alternatives or lab-grown meat or seafood, 2021 is the year this food group will explode in terms of investment and in terms of sales. Many start-ups have a niche. Naturinni in Manchester, focuses on plant-based bacon.

Look for socca flatbreads and fainâ based pizzas to be available in retail outlets near you. Dairy-free ice cream, macarons, and meringues made with aquafaba will also take a centre stage of our food prediction trends for 2021 as consumers clamour for plant-based versions of their favourite sweets.

Celebrity alcohol

Just as perfumes and aftershave used to be the must-have celebrity brand spin-off, now alcohol is the new favourite. George Clooney had his tequila brand, Ryan Reynolds has his gin and several stars—such as Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz— have launched their own wines and champagnes.

Kylie Minogue launched her second rosé wine, Chloé, Poppy and Cara Delevingne a high-end prosecco, Idris Elba a champagne and Brad Pitt went further and launched an entire rosé Champagne House, ‘Fleur de Miraval, developed by Champagne Pierre Peter in Mesnil-sur-Oger.

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