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Future of Food and Beverage

Dec, 2018

Global famine, climate change, waste and personal health: increasingly, the food industry is called upon to help tackle some of the most pressing issues of our time. The Future of Food & Beverage report, published in The Times, covers how food waste can be transformed into a useful resource and highlights European Union regulation, which may bring innovation to a halt by blocking gene-edited foods. Also featured are radical solutions for feeding the world’s growing population, advice for restaurants on how to thrive in the future and an infographic showing seven major trends impacting UK dining


At a time of shifting dietary needs and eating habits, along with the explosive growth of delivery platforms, the casual eating sector in the UK is struggling, with many well-known chains closing. On the face of it, the eating-out market remains in good health. However, while spend per visit has risen 3 per cent, the frequency of visits has dropped 8 per cent. This infographic takes a look at some of the trends affecting the industry and the reasons behind such disruption