12 Food and Drink Trends You'll Want to Try in 2023

We asked trend forecasters within the grocery, restaurant, and hospitality industries about their food and drink predictions—and how they will define how we eat (and sip!) in the coming year.

12 Food and Drink Trends You'll Want to Try in 2023

They work in almost any scenario, and we expect them to be one of the star ingredients we reach for again and again this year.


According to the experts at af&co. and Carbonate, who recently published their 2023 Hospitality Trends Report, we'll be seeing more coastal-inspired cocktails in 2023. Think briny ingredients like oysters, clam juice, and even dehydrated kelp.

Coastal Cocktails

The rise in home baking spurred by the pandemic is here to stay, but you can forget banana bread and sourdough: According to Pinterest Predicts 2023, we're going floral (they call it "wildflour") next year.

Baking With Wildflowers

Now more than ever, we're paying attention to how our food choices impact the environment. According to a 2022 survey from the IBM Institute, more than half of respondents said environmental sustainability is more important to them today than it was 12 months ago.

Climate-Forward Diets

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