Taste The New Next: Loblaw Challenges Canadians to Try Something Unexpected in 2017

Loblaw announces the Loblaw 2017 Canadian Food Trends that outline what Canadians will be eating in the coming year. The Loblaw 2017 Canadian Food Trends include five themes that will impact Canadian kitchens:

The New Conscious Consumer – Canadians are more interested than ever before about where their food comes from and how it is grown. In 2017, Canadians will be bugging out as they increase consumption of alternative proteins, such as insects and plant-based proteins. Canadians will also change the way they cook as they look to reduce food waste through root-to-stem or snout-to-tail cooking. With the environment and sustainability in mind, customer demand for responsibly sourced food and information on certification will become more prominent. According to Ned Bell, Chef, Advocate and Loblaw Food Council Member: “In 2017, Canadians will put the vegetable first and enhance their meal with smaller portions of proteins that are sustainably sourced.”

Loblaw Companies Limited Press Release- December2, 2016

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