Food trends to look out for in 2022

In 2022, many mid-range and high-end restaurants in urban cities in Malaysia will likely have plant-based meat on their menus, in response to the growing appetite for it. — IMPOSSIBLE FOODS

The past two years have been an arduous litmus test for humankind, one that has ultimately proven that resilience is not in short supply.

The human spirit continues to flourish even in the throes of unforeseen adversity, and this is evident in many economic sectors, including the hard-hit F&B industry, which continues to bounce back with remarkable enthusiasm, even picking up new trends to help it chug along.

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