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2016 +17 FOOD TRENDS
Transcript of 2016 +17 FOOD TRENDS
GROWN-UP SOFT DRINKS
FLORALS & BOTANICALS
Posh pop is becoming more refined, incorporating flavours such as green tea, kombucha and yuu (an East Asian citrus fruit) alongside established favourites such as ginger beer, elderflower spritz and sharpened lemonade. Alfresco's Soft Brew is a fruit-infused, alcohol-free drink brewed like beer for depth of flavour. Rochester Drinks' Desert Island Drinks No 2 blend is musky, more redolent of Champagne or a vermouth cocktail than a conventional soda.
GROWN-UP SOFT DRINKS-LIBBEY
Fresh from success in cocktail culture, shrubs are gaining ground in the soft drinks market. Perfect for posh pop and the adult, alcohol-free demographic, sage flower features alongside raspberry and lemon in Agroposta's refined range of cordial syrups. Senna provides the soothing effect of Adagio's wellness tea, while violet brings a delicacy to the frosting of Clam's handmade chocolate cake.
June 3rd, 2015
Vol XCIII, No. 311
Two unusual products are setting out to shake up the hot drink market, introducing filling, nutritious alternatives to a caffeinated pick-me-up. With less than 100 calories per cup, peanut-flavoured hot drink Peanut Hottie is vegetarian and can be mixed with water or milk. The malty-tasting Barley Cup is gluten-free, 10 calories per cup, and made from roasted cereal grains and chicory root.
2016 +17 FOOD TRENDS
Rich drinking chocolate is growing in importance, becoming a key contender for cafe menus previously ruled by tea and coffee. Cadbury proposes a strawberry-flavoured hot chocolate, while Let's Chocolaat offers thick, Italian-style liquid drinking chocolate. Hasslacher's Colombian chocolate is prepared from discs, not powder, making it smoother and silkier to drink, while other brands present chunky flakes that melt easily into hot water or milk.
Syrups and teabags are promoted in a range of fruity flavours for iced tea, as retailers pave the way for an uptick in sales after warm summer weather predictions for the UK. Peach, passionfruit, and pineapple lead for flavour, lending an exotic, holiday feel to iced drinks, while Teapigs and Monin offer more classic tea tastes.
FLORALS & BOTANICALS-LIBBEY
La Triennale di Milano's by turns cerebral and bizarre Expo exhibition - which opened in time for Design Week visitors to enjoy too - explores the role of food as a cultural centrepoint. Arts & Foods: Rituals Since 1851 is a blockbuster show that starts with exquisitely furnished period living rooms, moves through to the Italian Campari bar, and ends at McDonald's via Andy Warhol, food-themed fashion, human-size sausages toasting around a fire, and a house made of bread.
CULTURAL STUDIES - LIBBEY
Soda brands are capitalising on the rise of mixology, launching products that enable customers to mix their own flavours both at home and in restaurants. Pepsi showed its vending machine Pepsi Spire, which can add vanilla, cherry, lime or strawberry flavour to any of its drinks at the touch of a button, while SodaStream launched Mix, a smartphone-connected model that mixes alcoholic cocktails to order, and can recommend recipes based on what your friends are drinking.
SODA MIXOLOGY - LIBBEY
ATMOSPHERIC SKIES - LIBBEY
FROZEN TRANSPARANCIES - LIBBEY
COMMERCIAL DIRECTIONS - LIBBEY
OFF BEAT - LIBBEY