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Av­o­cado tools

The UK’S in­fat­u­a­tion with av­o­ca­dos isn’t go­ing any­where. Lake­land re­cently re­ported that sales of its av­o­cado tools and gad­gets – such as its three-in-one av­o­cado tool – were up by 280%.

Low(er)-sugar ce­re­als

As part of the gov­ern­ment’s goal to cut sugar lev­els in break­fast ce­re­als by 2020, Kel­logg’s has re­duced the amount of sugar in Coco Pops by 40%. It took over three years to fi­nalise the new recipe, which has re­ceived mixed feed­back.

Hal­loumi fries

Hal­loumi fries cer­tainly aren’t a new phe­nom­e­non – we brought you a recipe back in 2016, as the trend was be­gin­ning to take off – but this year they’ve re­ally hit the main­stream. When Aldi be­gan stock­ing them in May, they sold out al­most im­me­di­ately.

Hemp prod­ucts

We’re see­ing more food and drink prod­ucts con­tain­ing hemp as an in­gre­di­ent, in­clud­ing

Love Hemp Wa­ter – the first cannabid­i­olin­fused spring wa­ter in Europe (99p for 500ml, Hol­land & Bar­rett) – and sev­eral va­ri­eties of hemp choco­late.

Ve­gan cheese

With ve­g­an­ism con­tin­u­ing to grow in pop­u­lar­ity, the num­ber of dairy-free cheese al­ter­na­tives has rock­eted. Lon­don- and Brighton-based ve­gan pizze­ria Purezza has even an­nounced plans to launch a dairy-free cheese fac­tory!

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