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  • What’s for dinner in 2016?
  • What’s for dinner in 2016?
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2016 Expert Outlook on Eating and Drinking

Is fine dining over? Are we all getting more experimental? Can we become ‘slim by design’? And should we feel guilty about food? As part of our Expert Outlook 2016 series we speak to three food and drink experts about the future of eating out, cooking in and getting our five-a-day.

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What will we be eating and drinking in 2016? For the food and drink Expert Outlook 2016, Canvas8 speaks to Stefan Cosser from Food Innovation Solutions, the editor of Delicious magazine Karen Barnes, and Brian Wansink, director of the Food and Brand Lab at Cornell University and author of Slim by Design.

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