Without a doubt, people’s taste in food and drink changes – sometimes quite drastically. What was once hot, might now be not. Multiple factors contribute to culinary trends that shape the way we think about what we eat, where it comes from, how we prepare it, and how we ultimately consume it.
For the last several years, food and resource economics experts from the University of Florida have put their predictions in food trends where their mouth is. UF/IFAS staffers Laura Acosta, Soo Ahn, Matt Krug, and Danielle Treadwell are stepping up to the plate this go-round.
Scan the slideshow above for their latest dishing — 8 food trends to be on the lookout for in 2020.
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