Anna Klainbaum

Trends that were driving innovation before the COVID-19 pandemic may have stalled for the past couple of years, but many now appear to be making a comeback. In fact, according to Datassential, more than three-quarters (76%) of consumers say they are excited for 2023 food and beverage trends.

“Consumers spent years cooped up at home during the pandemic, limited to what they could produce in their own kitchen or get for delivery, so they are ready for the types of foods and options you can o…

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Anna Klainbaum is a writer and brand strategy consultant with a master’s degree in gastronomy and a specialization in food and beverage content ([email protected]).
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