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7 Food Trends of 2020

By Bluesun

Pea Protein

With the rise of plant-based diets, pea protein is going to be a big hit. The health and fitness industry has grown to a whopping 34.1 billion dollars (ibisworld.com ). Plant-based diets have become really popular because of the rising concern over the climate crisis and the recent growth in the popularity of veganism. 

Kombucha

Kombucha is a probiotic beverage rich in ingredients for gut health. Kombucha is delicious from its slight sparkling sensation to the rich acidic flavor. 

Oat Milk

This Mylk* is a delicious, creamy oat-based milk. This milk became popular for its high-fat and low water-use to make it. It is delicious! The flavor almost reminds me of the water at the bottom of an oatmeal bowl.

Sugar-Free Gum

Gum is that sweet, chewy treat that we stick in our mouths and chew for hours on end. But some companies are rethinking that fact. With sugar-free gum, you can feel the sensation of normal gum with no sugar for the teeth. 

Tropical Fruits

From dragon fruit to guava, tropical fruits have grown in popularity due to their refreshing delicious flavor. Though they are delicious, they are also rich in vitamins and nutrients. 

Hemp 

Hemp is high in protein and nutrients. Though hemp is subtracted from the cannabis Sativa plant (CBD) it is not approved by the FDA. However, hemp is. Hemp does not contain CBD but it is still full of delicious healthy nutrients. 

Anchovies 

Anchovies are high in protein and can be sustainably caught. They have grown in popularity with European culture along with questionable fish oil production and trends. You will commonly see anchovies popping up in high Michelin-rated restaurants and everyday culture. 

*Mylk is a term used to describe alternative milk.

One Comment

  1. marketing@thegraysonschool.org marketing@thegraysonschool.org December 2, 2020

    Wow Bluesun – I have all but sugar-free gum in my kitchen! I feel so trendy. Hemp hearts also have a lot of protein and omega 3s and 6s if you are not eating meat. And if you don’t care for the dark brown anchovies (which are cured in salt and oil for almost a year which makes them turn dark), you might want to give white anchovies a try, which are much milder as they are cured for a much shorter time (yummy on a buttered baguette!).

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