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Food & Drink Trends You’ll See Everywhere in 2023!

January 13
Woman holding a red slushy


It’s about to become totally acceptable to order a slushie from your favorite bar or eatery: searches for slushies are up 76%. If you want to be ahead of the curve, go for a frozen limonada or glass of frosé the next time you’re out. Even Cat Cora shared a recipe for a White Claw slushie (using a lime, frozen mangos, a White Claw and ice).

Experimental Dining

Post pandemic-lockdown, people are searching for exciting and unique dining destinations to try. Priorities include good views, activities, and entertainment—think underwater restaurants and dinner theaters. 

Pickle Flavors

If you’ve been a lover of Trader Joe’s Popcorn in a Pickle for a while now, this may not come as a surprise. In this 2023 trend, you’ll be able to find all kinds of pickle-flavored products in the form of snacks, entrees- even ice cream. Pucker up.

Dirty Sodas

If you never got excited about the healthy Coke trend that took over the Internet in 2022, dirty sodas just might be your thing. 

Described as "alcohol-free mocktails with flavored syrup, cream and fruit add-ins with a soda base,” the caffeinated trend originated in Utah, where members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (a.k.a. Mormons) are prohibited from drinking coffee and tea. But in 2012, the church clarified that caffeine in cold beverages is not specifically prohibited. Thus, dirty soda, with its cola base, is a sanctioned drink.

The Suprême

Customers are waiting hours at Lafayette Grand Café and Bakery in New York to get their hands on cream-filled croissants that look as good as they taste. Their Instagram is a hot ticket now, with over 130,000 followers, and they offer a variety of Suprême flavors, from pistachio to Yuzu Coconut Mojito Suprême.

Fast-Food Favorites

Nostalgia is a powerful driver, and it’s making people crave the fast food they loved as kids more than ever before. Online searches for fast food were up 90% last year, and companies have added classics like the McRib and kids’ meal toys back to their menus. Look for more throwback marketing and jingles from the ’80s in 2023.