Colorado Springs cooking school chef offers new food trends for 2022 | Lifestyle

Halloumi burgers, shiitake “bacon” and potato milk. Have you ever heard of these foods?

I hadn’t until I started doing research for a story on recent food trends.

After I wrote the article, I spoke with David Cook, co-owner of Gather Food Studio & Spice Shop, to see if he was familiar with any of these.

“I could write an entire book about what I’ve been noticing trending in the food industry,” he said.

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Many of the trends I’d discovered were on his radar, too — and halloumi burgers are actually sold at Burger King.

“Halloumi is a Middle Eastern cheese that can be grilled,” Cook said. “This sandwich, which I’m seeing ads for, is touted as two deep-fried pieces of halloumi with bacon, lettuce and tomato on a brioche bun.”

To make shiitake

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10 Food Trends of 2022 To Look Out For




Plant-based milks and meats, sustainable foods, health products…how will we be eating in 2022? It’s not just about the food itself anymore.

Rather, food trends cover everything from eating right to maintain mental health and immunity, and minimising food wastage, to cooking robots and new dairy options.

Here’s what 2022 could look like:

1. Increase in reducetarianism

Reducetarianism describes people who aren’t fully vegetarian or vegan but would like to consume less meat, dairy and eggs mainly for environmental reasons. How is that different from flexitarianism? Flexitarians primarily eat plant-based diets, with the occasional inclusion of meat, eggs, and dairy, while reducetarians are focused on gradually decreasing the amount of animal products they consume, with some opting to eliminate them completely.

2. Waste-free and upcycled foods

Did you know that one third of all food produced goes straight to waste, and that the carbon footprint of

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General Mills earnings beat the Street with pet food and cooking-at-home trends expected to continue

General Mills Inc.
shares rose 1.7% in Wednesday premarket trading after the food company reported fiscal first-quarter profit and sales that beat expectations. Net income totaled $627 million, or $1.02 per share, down from $638.9 million, or $1.03 per share, last year. Adjusted EPS of 99 cents beat the FactSet consensus for 89 cents. Sales of $4.54 billion were up from $4.36 billion last year and also ahead of the FactSet consensus for $4.30 billion. “General Mills expects changes in consumer behaviors driven by the COVID-19 pandemic will result in ongoing elevated consumer demand for food at home, relative to pre-pandemic levels,” the company said in its earnings release. Changes include working from home, more cooking and baking and a bigger pet population with consumers spending more on pet food. General Mills brands include Cheerios, Yoplait yogurt and newly-acquired pet product brands Nudges and True Chews. For fiscal

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Monday August 9, 2021