They39ll never outrank Big Macs but insects and plant foods are expected to move more into the mainstream

They'll never outrank Big Macs, but insects and plant foods are expected to move more into the mainstream.

10 trends set to reshape the foodservice business

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In the future, restaurant guests will choose a diet based on their unique microbial profile.

Proteins on restaurant menus will not necessarily mean meat, but could mean crickets or plants.

And smart phones will have sensors that will allow chefs to tell when a melon is ripe or guests to verify whether that fish on their plate is really sea bass.

That’s how William Rosenzweig, dean and executive director of the Food Business School at The Culinary Institute

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