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Traditional Bread Making Cited As Hot Food Trend For 2018

November 15, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Among the hot trends in food innovation cited by the Specialty Food Association for 2018 is the rise of traditional bread in the era of gluten-free options. The traditional side of bakery has been elevated by the same “sourcing and fine-tuned production processes” applied to proteins and vegetables. The SFA says bakers are using local grains, milling the day before baking, and incorporating long proofing times. The bread-baking community is, in fact, “re-inventing what good bread means.” Other hot food trends include increased use of plant-based foods, the rise of upcycled food products as a way to combat food waste, and the spread of Filipino cuisine.  [Image Credit: © The Spruce.com ]
"What's Hot in Food for 2018?", News release, Specialty Food Association, November 15, 2017, © Specialty Food Association
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