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    10 viral TikTok food and nutrition trends to avoid

    When it comes to food, TikTok videos can introduce consumers to kitchen hacks or interesting recipes to try, and even be educational. While some viral nutrition trends and “challenges” may be harmless, some promote severe restriction, disordered eating, nutrition misinformation or have the potential to waste your hard-earned money. Let’s explore 10 TikTok nutrition trends that aren’t worth the hype. Liquid chlorophyll: Chlorophyll is a green pigment that plants use to make food. Supplemental chlorophyll can be sourced from plants that undergo photosynthesis, like green leafy vegetables, wheatgrass, algae, alfalfa and green tea. It can also be made synthetically. Many  

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    The pursuit of umami: All the food trends that will be big in 2022

    When future food historians look back on the year that was 2021, they may be intrigued by how the highs and lows of these past 12 months were closely reflected in what Britons chose to eat throughout the second year of pandemic living. In the early months of 2021, we were thrust into the third national lockdown after a miserable Christmas spent isolating and away from loved ones. Pandemic fatigue was setting in and the frenzied energy of the first two lockdowns that saw people cooking up a storm had faded. In the first quarter of what was shaping  

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    International Food Information Council forecasts food trends for 2022

    Nostalgia, sustainability and e-commerce all should continue to thrive in 2022, according to a forecast of food trends from the International Food Information Council. Food insecurity and exotic flavors will be topics of note, and terms like kokumi, “reducetarian” and COP26 could be heard often as well, according to the Washington-based IFIC. Consumers’ desire for wellness will have them seeking whole grains and fiber, and they will explore immune health as well. Many Americans are seeking ways to manage stress, which will have them looking for products with micronutrients like B vitamins and magnesium or macronutrients like whole grains and  

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    These are the 2022 food trends to watch in Charlotte, NC

    Among the top food trends for 2022 will be health-focused movements toward portion control and consuming less meat, Charlotte experts say. Courtesy of Sam Diminich/Your Farms, Your Table If nostalgia, at-home cooking and comfort were king in 2021, then flexibility, moderation and creativity are their 2022 food trend counterparts. After seeking solace in childhood favorites, learning to be the masters of our own kitchen and frequent trips to the liquor store, society is taking a step back to examine its choices and healthy living in many forms is emerging as the top priority. From portion control and reducetarianism (we’ll get  

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    Where to get a taste of 2022 international food trends in Asheville

    More out-of-the-box Korean dishes, no boundaries breakfast and brunches and bizarre ice cream concoctions are predicted in Baum+Whiteman’s annual food trends report for 2022. The international food and restaurant consultants’ company also anticipates the continued rise of the ghost kitchen concept. Asheville eateries weighed in on some of the company’s predictions and what they’re doing to keep the city a trendy place to dine.  Ghost kitchens  Ghost kitchens made the trending list for another year and are expected to further expand in 2022, based on Baum+Whiteman’s observances. Typically, ghost kitchens offer delivery or to-go-only orders and may share a kitchen  

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    ’80s cocktails, hibiscus, ordering apps, Caribbean cuisine, soup from Singapore: 2022 food trends predicted | Food

    Cocktails from the 1980s. A slurpable soup from Singapore. “Reducetarianism.” Hot-pink hibiscus in a variety of foods. An expansion of Caribbean cuisine. More efficient ordering apps and ways of preparing dishes. These are just some of the food, beverage and restaurant business trends that culinary prognosticators — national and local — foresee for the year 2022. In some ways, the continuation of the COVID-19 pandemic via the omicron variant has made the conversation about food trends for 2022 similar to discussions the food industry has been having for the past many months. “The past two years, guessing the … food  

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    Predicting 5 Food Trends Coming in the New Year

    3. Snacks go global Would-be travelers stuck at home during the pandemic have been exploring foreign locations through snack foods. Regional cuisines from Africa, Southeast Asia and Latin America have been gaining traction among U.S. consumers, and global ingredients are finding their way into snacks ranging from beverages to chips, Purcell says.​​“Food is such a great way to bring the world to you. And such an affordable way to have a really unique experience,” says Deutch, who recommends searching for international food products online to recreate flavors you miss from your travels. Think spicy Thai-style peanuts and Latin American-inspired ice  

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