One of the reasons why food is so amazing is that you can always find new things to try. From completely new innovations to combinations of old flavors that no one would have dreamed of years ago, there’s always a new adventure to be had. Check out these food and drink items to see which trends you should be keeping an eye out for in the next few months!
Portable Soup Cones
Quick, how do you cut down on waste, make soup more portable than ever, and give a little extra something to your customers for them to enjoy all at once? Why, you replace paper cups and bowls with portable bread cones, of course!
SoupCulture’s bread cones resist the kind of sogginess you usually find with bread bowls and allow busy eaters to enjoy their soup on the go with a side of bread for good measure!
Food That Helps You Sleep
There are a few new snacks that not only taste great, but can actually help you sleep. Eat Dream Be’s new Dream Bars are organic, gluten-free, and non-GMO. They also include calming herbs, such as lavender and chamomile, that are associated with with better REM sleep, vivid dreaming, and improved memory.
Meanwhile, Moon Juice has debuted its aptly named Dream Dust chocolates, which include chamomile flower extract and other ingredients that reduce stress and promote restful sleep.
Enjoy PB&J Even If You’re Diabetic
Fifty50 realizes the value of a great peanut butter and jelly sandwich, and they don’t want anyone to miss out, whether or not they’ve been afflicted with diabetes. The company’s new low-glycemic creamy peanut butter and blackberry spread will give you an energy boost without added sugars.
Try Some Holiday Soda Flavors
Okay, this one isn’t as safe for our diabetic friends, but we won’t judge those who like a sugary beverage every now and then. Several new pop flavors will ring in the holiday season, including Mountain Dew Holiday Brew, which is, well, Mountain Dew mixed with Code Red. Seeing as both flavors are extremely popular, this one will probably be quite sought after.
Much more innovative is Pepsi Christmas Cola, which has a sponge cake flavor. That’s not all, though! The holiday cola flavor tops off the sponge cake taste with strawberries and whipped cream. It’s being sold in Japan only for now, but you may be able to get one shipped in to satisfy your curiosity.