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    Trending: BTS Jungkook mispronounces Chipotle as Chicotle, Mexican food chain makes it a trend

    BTS Maknae Jungkook mispronounces Chipotle as Chicotle and now the Mexican food chain says that if ‘he calls it Chicotle it is Chicotle’ ” class=”lazy img-responsive” data-src=”https://www.iwmbuzz.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/bts-jungkook-mispronounces-chipotle-as-chicotle-mexican-food-chain-makes-it-a-trend-920×518.jpg” width=”920″ height=”518″ alt=”Trending: BTS Jungkook mispronounces Chipotle as Chicotle, Mexican food chain makes it a trend” /> BTS boys need to introduction. And while it’s known to most that the boys always cherish good times together and are fond of trying out various significant dishes from a particular country, here’s when the maknae of the group were caught enjoying a Mexican dish Chipotle, but he mispronounced it calling it Chicotle.  Now, the BTS  

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    Trending Headlines: Beef prices, carbon credits & supply chain issues

    Will food prices continue to rise in 2022? What share of the retail beef price does the rancher receive? Will the food supply chain crisis escalate this year? How are producers taking advantage of sustainability opportunities? That and more awaits you in this week’s Trending Headlines. Related: Biden-Harris release action plan for meat supply chain 1. “Record beef prices, but ranchers aren’t cashing in” by Peter S. Goodman for The New York Times. “You’re feeding America and going broke doing it”: After years of consolidation, four companies dominate the meatpacking industry, while many ranchers are barely hanging on. Related: December  

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    ‘Cue up trending grilling flavors

    KANSAS CITY — As consumers stayed home and barbecue smoke filled backyards during COVID-19, interest in the category appeared to increase. Now, food formulators could consider barbecue tastes from Kansas City to South Korea to satisfy consumer curiosity. Such flavors may be a match for items like plant-based meat alternatives, marinades, snacks and even fruit. Comax Flavors, Melville, NY, listed barbecue in its 2022 flavor trends and had data to support the decision. Sales of grillers and smokers increased 39% from April 2020 to February 2021, according to The NPD Group, Port Washington, NY. Global barbecue-flavored food and beverage launches  

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    Top 10 Trending Foods in 2021, from Google’s Year in Search

    Want to know what’s hot? There’s no better place to go than Google Trends, which tracks the most common Google searches. Every year, they release a Year in Search report that highlights the top searches by category. Here are the top 10 food-related searches worldwide for 2021. 1. Birria tacos Birria is a dish from the Mexican state of Jalisco. Traditionally made with goat, it’s packed with chili peppers, herbs, spices, and slowly stewed in a vinegar sauce until the meat is very tender. Today’s trending version is made with beef and used as a taco filling. 2. Nasi goreng 

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    What Google’s Top Trending Food Searches Signal for the Food Industry

    Home > Foodservice What Google’s Top Trending Food Searches Signal for the Food Industry As another year comes to a close, Google revealed its annual list of top trending food searches. Here’s what consumers were looking for in 2021: TikTok pasta Bacon jam Birria tacos Crockpot chicken Hamantaschen Squid Game cookie Baked Oats Cicada Gigi Hadid pasta Smashed potatoes As a foodie, “Zillennial,” and trends writer at The Food Institute, my top takeaways are as follows: Social media is having a massive impact on the food industry. Over half of the trending list stemmed from either celebrities or social  

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    Comfort food, cardinals and alpaca wool among trending gifts at CT shops

    Andrea Valluzzo Dec. 10, 2021Updated: Dec. 10, 2021 11:46 a.m. 1of10 Seven Maples Gift & Garden in Monroe. Contributed / Seven Maples Gift & GardenShow MoreShow Less 2of10 Walker Loden, with locations in Madison and New Haven, has its own alpaca shop inside its store with scarves, shawls, throw blankets and stuffed animals all made from alpaca wool.  Contributed / Walker LodenShow MoreShow Less 3of10 Walker Loden, with locations in Madison and New Haven, has its own alpaca shop inside its store with scarves, shawls, throw blankets and stuffed  

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    Yelp reveals trending food and beverage items for 2022

    With just over three weeks until the start of the new year, retailers are looking for the items that are popular with consumers in order to give the people what they want. With that in mind, Yelp has provided a look at the dining trends retailers need to know heading into 2022. The review platform reports that dining out will look back to find its future by reinventing classic drinks, finding new takes on comfort foods and embracing how a year of work from home has changed diner habits. In order to predict a whole year’s worth of trends, Yelp’s  

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