As people look to food for wellness and as a source of control, they’re getting increasingly experimental in their consumption decisions. Acid League is a connoisseur of acid, offering a collection that caters to a growing taste for sour with fermented vinegars and tasting kits.
As people seek to sate their appetite for indulgent treats, they’re looking to handcrafted, high-quality bakery offerings for satisfaction. At Lune Croissanterie, a former aerodynamicist is applying her engineering skills to croissants, using science to add some magic to premium baked goods.
Israeli start-up Better Juice plans to scale up its sugar-reduction technology in the US. Its rapid growth reflects a demand for more tailored, technological solutions to nutrition from American consumers, giving them a chance to revive the classic breakfast – with a healthy twist.
During the pandemic, people are turning to food for comfort and stress relief. We’re seeing a return to nostalgic favorites and also food as a medium for experience and discovery. So what does that mean for flavor?
Will homes remain the main destination for food and drink experiences? How can diets help maintain mental health? And who will people turn to for their groceries? In this part of the 2021 Expert Outlook, we speak to three experts about how the events of 2020 are shaping eating and drinking habits.