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2016 Food Trends on Google: The Rise of Functional Foods

Melanie Wong | May 19, 201601:14 AM     11

"...Today's dinner table looks quite different than it did just 10 years ago. For one, there's likely a smartphone next to the fork. And on each plate, there might be a different meal—mom's paleo, dad's vegan, the kids' gluten- and nut-free. At first glance, you might think these changes are unrelated. And you might bemoan what's become of the family dinner. But it could be that, thanks to the technology at our fingertips, people are actually much more thoughtful about what they feed themselves and their loved ones. .."

2016 Food Trends on Google: The Rise of Functional Foods

Google's 2016 Food Trends Report reveals how digital is driving health and wellness trends.

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