Thu, Mar 30|
LDEI South Florida and The Specialty Food Association Trendspotters Discuss the Latest 10 Top Food Trends
Discover the latest food trends with Les Dames South Florida as they discuss the newest and best specialty food and beverages in more that 40 product categories with the Trendspotters from the Winter Fancy Food Show in Las Vegas. Fee - Complimentary
Time & Location
Mar 30, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
About the Event
Consumer studies show that 76% of consumers are excited about new food and beverage trends in 2023. Discover the latest food trends with Les Dames South Florida as they discuss the newest specialty food and beverage trends in more that 40 product categories with the Trendspotters from the Winter Fancy Food Show in Las Vegas. The Show had over 1,000 exhibitors featuring specialty foods and beverages from around the world.
Dame Marie-Charlotte Piro, Vice President of the South Florida Dames Chapter, , is the hostess of the South Florida Dames Table Talk about products gaining prominence in the specialty food industry. She was an attendee at both the Summer and Winter Fancy Food Shows.
As founder and CEO of Olio Piro. LLC in Tuscany, Marie-Charlotte oversees the world-wide marketing efforts of the company. She forged the brand’s collaborations with top chefs, food writers and retail partners. She developed and manages the e-commerce component of the brand and oversees the complex import process of Piro extra virgin olive oil.
Dame Marie-Charlotte will discuss the 10 Top Trends from the 2023 Winter Fancy Food Show with the Specialty Food Association’s top trendspotters:
Denise Purcell, Vice President, Resource Development, Specialty Food Association; and V. Sheree Williams, Founder, the Global Food and Drink Initiative, and Editor and Publisher of Cuisine Noir.
Together they’ll highlight the unexpected twists on classics, reconceived packaging options, better-for-you indulgences and comfort foods, global flavors, and the growing interest in sustainability and ethical production.
The 10 Top Trends from the 2023 Winter Fancy Food Show:
1. Non-Alcoholic Cocktail Culture
2. Fermented for Function
3. Honey Is Hot
4. New Packaging Form and Utility
5. Starters, Bases, Kits, and Shortcuts for Convenience
6. Pantry Without Borders
7. Sustainable, Upcycled, or Regeneratively Grown Ingredients
8. High-Quality Meal Prep
9. Health in Balance
10. Beneficial Beans (and Lentils)
About the Specialty Food Association
The Specialty Food Association (SFA) has been the leading trade association and source of information about the $175 billion specialty food industry for 70 years. The SFA represents manufacturers, importers, retailers, distributors, brokers, and others in the trade.
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