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4 Trendiest Foods To Try in 2020



Foodies have taken over the internet. From posting food photos online to visiting famous restaurants and hot spots, food makes people more fanatic than ever. If you're looking to add some new grocery items to your list while shopping at https://goodmarket.ca/, here are the four flyest foods to feast on in 2020.

1. Lactose Free
This has become huge recently.  My daughter felt, 19, felt like she was having reactions to lactose, and she started scanning the internet for lactose free products.  They have lactose free ice cream, milks, and cheeses.  Not to mention all the other foods now available as lactose free.  She enjoys having Nada Moo as a snack in the evening.

2. Plant-Based Meat
If you love the environment and want to help sustain it even more, trying meatless protein is a great way to go. In 2020, these options will be more prevalent than ever. However, you aren't going to cut out a tremendous amount of calories and fat by eating these. It's pretty comparable to real meat, except for the sustainability factor. You've probably seen growth in meatless options at the store, and the choices will most likely stay on the up swing.

3. Oat Milk
If you already avoid dairy and love coconut and almond milk products, 2020 is opening the door to oat milk, too. This milk is great as a subtle sweetener to coffee and is known to have added heart and cholesterol benefits. However, it's not a "super milk" and is pretty similar in protein and fiber to other dairy-milk alternatives.
4. Ube
No, you didn't read this wrong, and it's not the car-ride service millions use. Ube is a Filipino yam that's extremely high in potassium, fiber, vitamin C and anthocyanin. The yam is used to make ice cream which seems healthy but is somewhat deceiving. To make this yam a sweet treat, lots of sugar, cream and milk are added. Hey, at least you'll get an Insta-worthy photo with this picture-perfect pleasure.

Staying up to date on what's trending in the food world will let you revamp your traditional recipes and experiment with new and exciting options. It keeps cooking creative for you and your whole family.

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