What are the trends for the Year of the Rat? Say hello to technology and flexitarianism and goodbye to meat, says Catherine Hinchcliff
While the rat may not be considered auspicious by many caterers, to the Chinese, it is the first of all zodiac animals, seen as an adventurous and shrewd animal with spirit, wit, imagination, flexibility and vitality. The 2020 Year of the Rat marks new beginnings, so what could it bring in terms of food trends?
The fastest-growing international cuisines over the next three to five years are predicted to include global/fusion, barbecue and North American, Japanese, Latin/South American, Korean and Mexican.
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