Food trends are always changing, and as we’re big foodies we are always keen to sample something new. Around the globe, different countries have numerous foods that catch on, some being pretty normal with a select few being somewhat very weird. If you’re a regular blog follower, then you may have caught up with our post, ‘Instagram: The Latest Food Trends’ the other week where we featured some of the most unusual food trends appearing on our Instagram channels including the infamous ‘black food’. We took a look at some of the newest food trends that have just hit the U.K. Enjoy...
Us Brits are tea lovers. And if you’re one of the people who are particular about the way your tea is brewed, look away now. This new trend is not for you! Cheese Tea is a new trend that first started in Taiwan and has since become a popular choice of beverage in places including Singapore and New York (especially among the ‘hipsters’)! The ‘tea’ is an iced drink that’s topped with frothy whipped cheese - with some comparing it to a macchiato. It can be served with a variety of flavours including salted cheese and chocolate. You can try one of these at Happy Lemon, a Taiwanese bubble tea chain in London.
Unicorn breakfast cereal
It feels that the unicorn trend is never ending. Fashion stores are bombarding us with ‘unicorn’ PJs, cafes are serving up unicorn cakes and home decor trends feature this magical look. Now Kellogg’s have jumped on board with this trend and created Unicorn Froot Loops breakfast cereal which is available to be here in the U.K. They believed that the unicorns was one of the biggest consumer trends of 2017 - and as you can imagine, it’s gone down a treat already and does add a bit more excitement to having to get up in the morning.
We are really fascinated by the trends that people are loving across the world - and look forward to seeing some of the latest foods that are set to hit the U.K. Make sure you’re following us on Instagram and Twitter where we will be sharing the latest industry news and views.
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