Every year here in Ireland we welcome different trends regarding the foods we consume as well as the changes they bring with them. This year is no different so our team at Suesey Street want to share a list of food trends we think will grow in popularity in Our relationship with single use plastic has changed over the past few years. This year we will see consumers bringing their own refillable containers, bottles, and bags to do their shopping.
A flexitarian is someone who mainly sticks to a vegetarian diet but will also eat poultry and meat occasionally. The reasons for this diets popularity are linked in with increasing sustainability and health concerns among younger populations.
This trend towards flexibility will see an increase in the availability of plant based protein options, in both our supermarkets and on restaurant menus. People are becoming more conscious of where their food comes from and of the farmers who produce it. Buying and consuming fresh seasonal produce will be a priority for us as consumers this year to both support local farmers and protect the environment by reducing food miles.
Small scale farmers markets have become more popular over the past number of years and will continue to grow. With consumers becoming more conscious of the products they consume, this year we will see Biodynamic wine on our supermarket shelves. These types of wines come from organically grown, vegan friendly grapes and have been produced sustainably. Biodynamic grape producers take an ecological, ethical and spiritual approach to growing their grapevines within a self-sustaining environment. A key factor is that all chemical fertilizers and harmful pesticides forbidden from production.
This is largely due to the increased availability of reduced alcohol or zero alcohol drinks. Your email address will not be published. If you'd like to host an event in the Garden Room, in our Suesey Suite, or reserve the restaurant exclusively, we have plenty of spaces that can be booked for corporate events or private parties. Zero Waste Packaging Our relationship with single use plastic has changed over the past few years. Flexitarian Diet A flexitarian is someone who mainly sticks to a vegetarian diet but will also eat poultry and meat occasionally.
Buying local and seasonal People are becoming more conscious of where their food comes from and of the farmers who produce it. Biodynamic Wines With consumers becoming more conscious of the products they consume, this year we will see Biodynamic wine on our supermarket shelves. If you would like to know more about our restaurant or where we source all of our fresh produce please click here.