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Feed the Planet: Biggest Food Trends for 2020, the Future of Food + More

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United States, 17th December 2019
“In 2019, we saw that sustainable cooking and sourcing is becoming less of an aspiration and more of an expectation.” – Hiroki Odo, chef and owner of Michelin-starred odo and HALL in New York.

What’s to come in 2020? We’ve rounded up expert opinions to keep you ahead of the curve. 

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These Will Be the Biggest Food Trends of 2020, According to Chefs – Food & Wine

Check out the 22 trends that will dominate kitchens, bars, and restaurants next year.
 
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The Foods You’ll Be Ordering In 2020, According To Postmates, Grubhub, Uber Eats And DoorDash – Forbes

Restaurant consumers, at least those who leverage third-party delivery services, are on a big meatless kick as of late. That is at least according to year-end reports from the big four delivery aggregates.
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This Is What the Future of Food Looks Like – Vice

By 2050, there will be two billion more of us on the planet. Here’s what we might be serving up in three decades.
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NEWS + MORE

Feed the Planet: Good Food, Seeds to Withstand Climate Change and more sustainability news.
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Microgreens grower pushes culinary and sustainability limits.
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10 Items Your Restaurant Menu Needs Right Now, according to FSR Magazine.
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Check out how much CO2 you save by filtering your frying oil on a regular basis with the VITO savings calculator.
visit VITO >>

What if there was OnE that makes your work-life easier, more profitable – and truly sustainable every day? Watch and discover Electrolux Professional – The OnE.
watch here >>

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Feed the Planet is an initiative to inspire sustainable food consumption among communities and culinary professionals. Founded by Worldchefs, it is run in partnership with Electrolux Food Foundation and AIESEC.

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