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Cheese twists among top 5 trends from U.S. fancy food show


January 21, 2015
By Canadian Vending

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Jan. 21, 2015, San Francisco, CA – Cheese twists, all-day breakfast and
spicy coffee beef jerky are among the top 5 food trends from the
Specialty Food Association's Winter Fancy Food Show.

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Jan. 21, 2015, San Francisco, CA – Cheese twists, all-day breakfast and spicy coffee beef jerky are among the top 5 food trends from the Specialty Food Association's Winter Fancy Food Show.

Here are the trend experts' top five picks:


Cheese Twists

Yancey's Fancy – Grilled Bacon Cheeseburger Artisan Cheese
Sonoma Creamery – Mr. Cheese O's
Silva Regal Spanish Food– Manchego-Style Cheese Flavored Olive Oil
Angie's Boomchickapop – Caramel & Cheddar Mix

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Breakfast Served all Day

Chuao Chocolatier – Strawberry Waffle Wild Milk Chocolate
Uncle Andy's Jerky – Bandito Loco Spicy Coffee Beef Jerky
The Republic of Tea –Cinnamon Toast HiCaf Tea
Dang Foods – Savory Bacon Coconut Chips


Time for Turmeric

Rishi Tea – Turmeric Ginger Tea
HealthVerve — Turmeric Rice
Bruce Cost Ginger Ale – Passion Fruit Ginger Ale with Turmeric
Navitas Naturals – Turmeric Tamari Almonds


Cruciferous Crusade

Creative Snacks– Broccoli Chips
Alive & Radiant – Arugula Cabbage Veggie Krunch
Wonderfully Raw Gourmet – Tamarind Almond Crunch Brussel Bytes
Genuine Grub – Spicy Pickled Cabbage


Vanilla Bean-anza

Heber Valley Artisan Cheese – Vanilla Bean Cheddar Cheese
Choctal –Single-Origin Vanilla Ice Creams
Dancing Deer Baking Co. – Pure Vanilla Bean Shortbread
Milkboy Swiss Chocolate– White Chocolate with Bourbon Vanilla
Drink Daily Greens – Enlighten Hemp Milk with Blue-Green Algae and Vanilla 

"Consumers are craving food with taste appeal, a sense of adventure,
and a decided healthy glow. These new products at the show play right
into that appetite," said panellist Denise Purcell, Editor, Specialty
Food Media, in a news release.

 

The Specialty Food Association trendspotters are Emma Christensen,
Recipe Editor, The Kitchn, Sarah Fritsche, Staff Writer, San Francisco
Chronicle; Christine Gallary, Food and Cooking Editor, The Kitchn; Kara
Nielsen, Culinary Director, Sterling-Rice Group; Denise Purcell Editor,
Specialty Food Media; David Sax, Freelance food journalist/author; Nancy
Hopkins, Senior Deputy Editor, Food & Entertainment, Better Homes
& Gardens; and Ashley Koff, RD, Editorial Director, The Ashley Koff
Approved (AKA) List.