Vegan Food Will Be Top Trend For 2019, Says Uber Eats

The food delivery service also revealed that many of the most popular dishes in 2018 were plant-based, including toast, avocado, and hummus
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Vegan food is set to be a top trend in 2019, according to food delivery service Uber Eats.

The company revealed the prediction in its latest annual report, in which it also shared some of the most popular snacks from 2018.

Vegan 2018

Speaking about the year's top food picks, it said: "The power couple toast and avocado reigned supreme, with the highly [Insta]grammable 'goth food' trend close behind."

Other vegan foods in the top 20 included cucumber, tofu, celery, coconut, brown rice, hummus, kale, seaweed, and acai.

Vegan 2019

Speaking about the upcoming year, the report said: "We also took a look at foods that are popping up more frequently in Eats orders, and uncovered a few rising food trends for 2019.

"Clean Eating, Delivered: People aren't just ordering in Chinese food and pizza anymore. As wellness gets more and more popular, we've seen a spike in searches for clean eating staples from meat-alternatives like tofu and seitan...Alternative milk options continue to climb the ranks, with pea milk rising to the top."

Topping the list for 2019 was plant-based food, with seitan, bulgar, tofu, pumpkin, chia, agave, and farro all included.

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