The New Year food forecast

After a year of changes, we predict how we'll be eating and drinking in 2021 and highlight ten trends to look out for this year

3rd January, 2021
The New Year food forecast
The Griolladh food truck serves up tasty toasties in Malahide, Dublin. Food trucks look set to continue to grow in popularity

Non-alcoholic options

If you’re one of the many who reduced their alcohol consumption during lockdown, you’ll be relieved to find a changing world where a booze-free night out no longer draws suspicious glances. A collective national healthkick means we can expect wider choices, more sophisticated offerings and greater availability of alcohol-free drinks in 2021. Quality brands like Lyre’s offer a full suite of non-alcoholic spirits, enabling you to fix a virgin version of...

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