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Top 20 food trends for 2010

By Michelle Edelbaum, December 23, 2009 - 1:36pm

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Michelle asks: What food trend do you hope is here to stay?

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Anonymous

06/25/2010 - 7:44am

1.) Locally Grown Produce.

Anonymous

06/14/2010 - 2:47pm

I would love to see smaller plates at smaller prices; local, sustainable foods. Mini desserts and culinary cocktails don't interest me as much.

Anonymous

02/22/2010 - 12:00pm

I like the fruit cup that is popping up on some kid menus. We went out over the weekend & my 3 yr old loves the fruit cup over fries any day.

Anonymous

01/18/2010 - 2:12pm

With all the talk of sustainability and health, it's sad to see no mention of vegetarian and vegans foods by the National Restaurant Association. It would be nice to have more of those options on the menus because if people had a good vegetarian choice they would eat it. Aside from that, it is actually what's going to save people bodies & the planet!

Anonymous

01/15/2010 - 2:30pm

Food trend forecaster in your last issue compared cooking to quilting and predicted an eventual zero. Come to the quilt show here in Chicago and see a vibrant craft fueled by impassioned quilters from all over the world. Same with cooking. It's too rewarding and (unlike quilts) too necessary to be abandonned. Too many people are too smart to be taken in by the hyper marketing of processed foods. More and more people recognize food is the best medicine. Two problems: lack of leisure time and forgetting the how-to. We're discouraged now because our standard of living is slipping, but we can change that if we elect a better bunch of representatives. For the latter, prepare to educate.

Anonymous

01/05/2010 - 4:19pm

The trends we try to participate in are buying locally, purchasing sustainable seafood and absolutely healthy choices for our kids and ourselves!

Anonymous

01/01/2010 - 3:54pm

I would love to see (on FB) an extensive article or series of articles about MSG. So many of us cannot tolerate it, but end up hospitalized because we don't know it is in certain foods. What are the various names, how can we find foods without it....or do we just have to eat very basic foods to avoid it?

Another topic of concern are the antibiotics in meats.....and some of us are allergic to antibiotics. Is there a standard for which ones are in the meats we eat?

Thanks!!

Anonymous

12/28/2009 - 3:01pm

Great suggestion for locally grown foods! We're all about organic, whole foods. After all, the more processed they are, the less nutrients they have. Anyone know of some good farmer's markets in NYC?

We'd love your input! Check out our blog in the meantime- highschoolreuniondiet.com/category/high-school-reunion-diet-blog/

Anonymous

12/28/2009 - 3:24am

Great suggestion for locally grown foods! We're all about organic, whole foods. After all, the more processed they are, the less nutrients they have. Anyone know of some good farmer's markets in NYC?

We'd love your input! Check out our blog in the meantime- http://www.highschoolreuniondiet.com/category/high-school-reunion-diet-blog/

Anonymous

12/28/2009 - 3:23am

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