In the wake of the Corona pandemic, the demand for purely plant-based foods has also increased. Restaurateurs can respond to consumers' growing desire for sustainable and healthy food by, for example, orienting their offerings more closely to the current harvest season. In this way, they set an example for sustainability - and can also offer their guests more variety with unusual dishes.
A look at the food season calendar is worthwhile all year round! After all, every season has innovative food trends in store for the curious. Why not offer your guests new experiences this year - for example with trendy vegetables such as Jerusalem artichokes or parsnips? Those who prefer a more classical approach will be delighted with traditional dishes. Pumpkin and game, for example, are always in demand in autumn and winter - as is the classic Christmas goose. In summer, on the other hand, Mother Nature has light and fruity dishes to offer your guests.
We have summarised current food trends for you in our guide. We also reveal why it pays to pay attention to regional and seasonal ingredients, even for the catering industry.
Tip: Looking for attractive table decorations to match the menu? Find out more about the latest decoration trends for every season in our guide. For a cosy feeling of well-being in your restaurant, take a look at our article on the effect of light.