6 Hottest Food Trends In 2019 – According To Dietitians
2018 was the year of keto, cauliflower and apple cider vinegar. What will 2019 bring? Americans will enjoy cooking and eating healthy meals that can be simply cooked on a sheet pan or in foil, see what else these dietitian predicts.
#1 The Keto Diet
The popularity of the keto diet continues to rise and will do so. In 2018, we saw the introduction of keto foods and products in order to help people snack and eat ‘the keto way.’ Because keto is not easy for most people to adhere to, we will also be seeing a modified keto in 2019.
#2 Less Sugar
Consumers are concerned about sugars in general due to the relationship between added sugars and diet-related chronic diseases like obesity. Companies will continue to reformulate products using new technologies to reduce sugar using fewer and more natural ingredients.
#3 Non-Dairy Milk
Consumers are concerned about sugars in general due to the relationship between added sugars and diet-related The hot trend of plant-based milks, especially almond milk, will continue in 2019. Not all almond milks are alike though, so be sure to check labels carefully to choose those that are excellent sources of calcium and vitamins D and E.
#4 Digital Food Shopping Carts
Online grocery shopping will be making it big in 2019 by improving the organization of food shopping and making mealtime less of a hassle. With the convenience of your smartphone or computer, you will be able to click on the items you need and swing by to pick them up or have them delivered directly to you.
#5 Foods Cooked In Foil
There are more creative ways to get good-tasting food on the table, such as more sheet pan meals or ‘food in a foil,’ which really allows busy folks to redefine fast food and cleanup. These foiled meals allow for an infusion of flavor minus the fuss.
#6 Plant-Based Eating
We have so many more options that allow people to adopt a flexitarian diet. These options include everything from baking ingredients like cassava flour to healthier snacks, such as dark chocolate-covered chickpeas.