Meatless Farm featured in Whole Foods Market trends for 2021
Meatless Farm is excited to be featured in Whole Foods Market’s Top 10 Foods Trends for 2021.
The retailer’s Trends Council of more than 50 Whole Foods buyers, culinary members and food experts revealed that enjoying an epic breakfast every day is on the menu for 2021.
“With more people working from home, the most important meal is getting the attention it deserves, not just on weekends, but every day,” Whole Foods said, picking out Meatless Farm’s Meat Free Sausage Patties and Meat Free Breakfast Sausages as one of the tastiest ways to ‘try the trend’.
Start your day in style by creating your favourite breakfast sandwich at home with this recipe for our Sausage and Egg McBluffin.
Or pile them high and get stuck into this colourful ‘The Kim’ Breakfast Plate, with fresh fruit, avocado, sweet potato and more!
“There have been radical shifts in consumer habits in 2020. For example, shoppers have found new passions for cooking, they’ve purchased more items related to health and wellness, and more are eating breakfast at home every day compared to pre-COVID,” explained Whole Foods’ Sonya Gafsi Oblisk.
Here’s the full list of Whole Foods Market trends for 2021…
Epic breakfast every day – with more people working from home, the most important meal is getting the attention it deserves, not just on weekends, but every day. Think pancakes on weekdays, ‘eggs’ made from mung beans… and Meatless Farm Sausage Patties and Breakfast Sausages to get your day off to a meat-free start!
Well-being is served – a desire for foods which foster a calm headspace and support the immune system
Basics on fire – home chefs are looking for hot, new takes on pantry staples. The basics will never be boring again with re-imagined classics.
Coffee beyond the mug – getting your coffee fix in the form of coffee-flavored bars, granolas, smoothie boosters and booze.
Baby food, all grown up – parents will never have a wider or richer range of ingredients to choose from, with portable, on-the-go pouches. Little eaters, big flavors!
Upcycled foods – a big rise in packaged products that use neglected and underused parts of an ingredient, helping reduce food waste.
Oil change – at-home chefs branching away from olive oil to those which add their own unique flavor and properties.
Boozed up booch – alcoholic kombucha making a strong flex on the beverage aisle.
The mighty chickpea – think beyond hummus and falafel with chickpeas popping up in tofu, flour and even cereal.
Fruit and veggie jerky – jerky isn’t just for meat lovers anymore, with mushrooms, jackfruit and more being served jerky-style.