Food and nutrition is always changing. But in this post-pandemic world with supply chain shortages and new COVID-19 variants continuing to emerge, sometimes it’s tough to keep up with changes and updates on nutrition. But we all know that it is important to stay up to date on the latest trends and advice so you can best educate yourself and your clients.
In the links and articles provided, you can listen and learn about the state of nutrition in the United States and what the U.S. Senate Committee’s views are, as well as thoughts for the coming year. You can also explore food trends from multiple sources and learn how to partake in Pride in Foodservice Week.
The State of Nutrition in America
United States Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry
The Subcommittee on Food and Nutrition, Specialty Crops, Organics, and Research held a hearing about the state of nutrition in America. Watch this insightful and thought provoking hearing and download copies of the testimonies that were given at the link below.
National Restaurant Association Top Food Trends in 2022
National Restaurant Association
The National Restaurant Association partnered with professional chefs from the American Culinary Federation to review and rank 109 food items to predict food trends for the coming year. Read through a comprehensive breakdown of the trends and how they are predicted affect the restaurant industry in 2022.
U.S. News Reveals Best Diet Rankings for 2022
The global authority in rankings and consumer advice, released its annual assessment of the year’s Best Diets. The Best Diets for 2022 offers rankings, data and information on 40 diet plans to help millions of Americans make food and nutrition-related resolutions and achieve their health goals.
EatingWell’s Top 10 Food and Nutrition Trends for 2022
EatingWell has created a list of their top 10 food and nutrition trends for this year. Their editorial staff sees, tastes, and tests hundreds of new products a year—and even sees what products and items people are clicking on in online searches. They’ve chosen 10 products they believe will be making waves in 2022 based on their observations.
Get Ready to Celebrate Pride in Foodservice February 7-11, 2022
The Association of Nutrition and Foodservice Professionals will celebrate Pride in Foodservice week February 7–11, 2022. You and your colleagues can earn a number of different prizes by partaking. Click the link below to learn more and download flyers.