From yuzu to hibiscus, sunflower seeds to moringa, the organic grocer identifies the foods and flavours it believes will rule in 2022
Canadian Grocer staff
The crew at Whole Foods Market is looking to the year ahead and it's all about buzz-less spirits for the sober-curious, fizzy tonics with added prebiotics, grains that give back and boundary-pushing ways to grow hyper-local crops.
Now in its seventh year, the annual trends predictions is complied by more than 50 Whole Foods team members including local foragers, regional and global buyers and culinary experts.
And, for this first time, Whole Foods is offering what it calls the “Trends Discovery Box,” which includes an assortment of 10 products to represent each of the trends in the forecast. The boxes are only available online (wfmtrythetrends.com) while supplies last.