NRN senior food editor Bret Thorn finds a consensus on 2016 food predictions from San Francisco-based Andrew Freeman & Co., New York-based Baum & Whiteman, international brand consultancy Mintel, and the National Restaurant Association's annual What’s Hot survey of American Culinary Federation chefs.
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