A look at 2020 food trends

Forte Coffee in south St. Joseph is using turmeric to make golden lattes.

Laotian cuisine, vegan going viral, Mexican churros, porridges from around the world – Chinese congee, Portuguese papas, Japanese okayu and Scandinavian risengrynsgrøt – are among the hottest food trends forecasted for 2020 by af&co., a restaurant and hospitality consulting firm.

Food & Wine magazine predicts regional food will be broken into micro-regions. Southern foods will focus on Appalachian, Lowland and Creole cookery, while Mexican restaurants will fracture into Veracruz, Oaxaca and Yucatan foods.

A look at 2020 food trends

Forte Coffee in south St. Joseph is using turmeric to make golden lattes.

A look at 2020 food trends

Timothy’s Cucumber Mocktail Martini is shown.

A look at 2020 food trends

The Vegan Power Bowl is shown.

A look at 2020 food trends

Hot Mushroom Salad is shown.