Eggs: Culinary Trend Tracking Series –

The “Eggs:
Culinary Trend Tracking Series” report has been added to’s

As Eggs: Culinary Trend Tracking Series notes, consumers are seeking
higher levels of protein in their diets-a movement favorable to eggs,
with their six grams of high-quality protein. A single egg does contain
62% of the currently recommended daily intake for cholesterol, but the
new nutritional consensus is that the cholesterol level in foods should
not be of special dietary concern. And though growing consumer attention
to livestock animal welfare presents a business and ethical challenge,
specialty brands and product offerings are at least addressing these
issues, as are related trends in the meat, poultry, and dairy cases.

Eggs are also the menu-maker’s best friend: they are relatively
inexpensive proteins, super-adaptable, and play well with a multitude of
other ingredients, from breakfast to late-night, and for carnivores and
vegetarians alike.

Eggs: Culinary Trend Tracking Series provides various type of market
research and menu/product development information, including a menu
data-supported introduction to these trending dishes and ingredients; a
generous listing of current menu items and images; detailed, on-target
trend translation tips for menus and retail food; and fresh, relevant
insights for tying substantive innovation to culinary and consumer
market trends.

Companies Mentioned

Key Topics Covered:

1. Introduction

2. Foreword

3. Deviled Eggs

4. Eggs Benedict

5. Frittatas

6. Meringue

7. Okonomiyaki

8. Shaksuka

9. Sous Vide/ Slow Cooked Eggs

10. Egg Yolks

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