coffee beverage trend

All Things Coffee: 2024 Stats, Menu Ideas, And Trends

Culinary trends and pandemics come and go, but one thing remains the same: US consumers love their coffee. According to the National Coffee Association’s (NCA) 2023 “Atlas of American Coffee,” more Americans (63%) drink coffee every day than any other drink and most people surveyed drank coffee at home during the preceding day (83%).

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A Scary Strong Halloween Cocktail

Are you throwing a spooky Halloween party or planning a limited time offer? Either way, you can’t go wrong with a deliciously boo-zy cocktail. Check out this Halloween cocktail that’s sure to impress. Pro tip: Hydrate plenty to avoid a monster hangover in the morning.

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CBD Culinary Trends: Iced Skinny Mocha Latte with CBD for Sue

If “CBD” doesn’t exactly roll off your tongue now, it will likely join “BBQ,” “BOH” and “GF” in your list of common food and drink acronyms in the next few years.

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Escabeche food trend

Top 2019 Food and Beverage Trends

Recognizing trends is critical to the work we do here at Food & Drink Resources. If we’re going to develop menus that consumers will want to enjoy 12 to 18 months from now, it’s essential we know what’s coming to the mainstream plate.

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zero-proof and low-ABV cocktails

Zero-Proof And Low-ABV Summer Cocktails

Summer cocktails should be light and refreshing, and after a day of playing in the sun, you should be able to quench your thirst without getting knocked on your behind by the alcohol. Fresh ingredients and creative combinations are taking precedence over a big hit of alcohol—that’s why today’s bar professionals are creating zero-proof and…

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Fermented Foods for the Gut-Health Trend

Gut bacteria. Are there any two words that are less appetizing? Probably not. And yet, that’s what people are talking about these days. What are they eating while they’re talking about gut bacteria? Fermented foods. Because while fermented foods have always been popular for their flavor, they are also popular for their gut-healthy bacteria.

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