6 Grocery Store Foods That Will Be Flying Off Shelves in 2021
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6 Grocery Store Foods That Will Be Flying Off Shelves in 2021 No matter where you live, pandemic-related lockdowns have probably curtailed your activities in one way or another. For many, working in the office gave way to working from home. Going to the gym gave way to the "seven dog-walks a day" exercise plan, Zoom workouts, or, in many cases, no workouts at all (here are 20 warning signs you need to get moving again). Americans also did a lot of home-cooking. Sourdough bread-baking becoming a cultural zeitgeist in the early days of lockdown, with all of these pandemic food trends following quickly in its footsteps. Now, as the vaccines roll out and we start a new calendar year, what are the hot new food items going to be in 2021?According to a new Instacart survey of 2,050 U.S. adults conducted online in November by The Harris Poll, nearly half of all Americans are still deep into home-cooking. But after months of "binge-baking" and "quarantine comfort foods"—as Instacart's Trends Expert, Laurentia Romaniuk, puts it—the pendulum is swinging toward bolder flavors, cultural explorations, and healthier snacks. Read on for Instacart's prediction of the 6 foods you'll see flying off grocery store shelves and in kitchens everywhere in 2021. And for more, check out the 108 Most Popular Sodas Ranked By How Toxic They Are.Read the original article on Eat This, Not That!
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