5 Hot Food Trends for 2018

National Restaurant Association releases insights from nearly 700 chefs.




The National Restaurant Association (NRA) has released its annual report on What's Hot in Culinary Food Trends. The association surveyed nearly 700 chefs (members of the American Culinary Federation) to find out which food trends we should be watching out for in 2018.

Below are five trends PMQ expects to see growing in pizzerias in 2018. To view the complete trend report from the NRA, click here.

1. Healthful Kids Meals

2. House-made condiments

3. Uncommon herbs

4. Ancient grains

5. Street food-inspired dishes

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