As 2022 came to an end, many of the lessons learned and habits formed will continue to shape the food and beverage industry in the coming year. In this episode of the Xtalks Food Podcast, Sydney talks about the top three food and beverage industry trends to look out for in 2023. She interviewed Bradley Saxe, President of Mainline Foods, and Chef Michael Sanguinetti, business development and market specialist at INTUEAT, to hear their food and beverage industry predictions for the coming year. After discussing each trend, the team weighs in to provide further insights.
The first trend to look out for is the “next generation of plant-based,” which will shift away from processed meat alternatives and focus more on chefs and food makers getting creative with vegetables and making them more of a star than just using meat substitutes. The next trend looks at a realistic sustainable food system as an ecosystem rather than individual initiatives, which often starts with sustainable farming, from cows to cod to corn and everything in between. The final trend for 2023 involves tech savviness and social media, with a greater emphasis on understanding advancements in agriculture technology and food traceability technology.
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3 Food and Beverage Industry Trends for 2023
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