As the relationship between our eco-systems and our diets becomes more holistic, concerns such as sustainability, biodiversity and regenerative agriculture are challenging brands to rethink their roles.
When it comes to food and drink, today’s consumers want more purposeful options – both for themselves and the planet. Pressure is steadily mounting on brands to balance these competing consumer demands as people look to connect their values with what they eat.
Building on some of these shifts, we also introduce Home Eatertainment, our latest food and drink macrotrend. At a time when meal delivery is replacing traditional table service and disrupting grocery retail, we explore how the home is re-establishing itself as a key space for food and drink brands.
As consumers seek social but intimate experiences, at-home eating and drinking is set to play a new role in the industry’s future.
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Market analysis, rising trends, case studies and consumer insights are combined to help you mitigate risks and seize opportunities in the food and drink industry in the years ahead. The report includes:
: Trends Rising
From food tech companies pioneering new plant proteins to start-up distilleries creating category-defying spirits, discover eight trends reshaping the food and drink sector.
A look at four changes in and out of the home – including the booming food delivery market and the rise of single-person households – which are forcing us to rethink routine eating occasions.
With the home playing a renewed role in the way we eat and entertain, direct-to-consumer products and hospitality concepts are encouraging heightened, intimate experiences behind closed doors. Here, you’ll find five key trends that are transforming how we eat, drink and entertain.
We investigate how the way we source and prepare food will change in the next decade, as communal living, urban farming and digital experiences affect our diets and relationships.
: Lab Notes
The report includes practical strategies to harness the intelligence in your organisation, from repositioning food as a cultural connector to embracing complex and unusual palates.
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Food & Drink Futures Report
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This report is based on research from our Food and Drink sector on The Future Laboratory’s trends intelligence platform, LS
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