First came the food-and-drink trend predictions from Andrew Freeman and his restaurant consulting company in San Francisco, then came the same from Baum+Whiteman, one of the leading firms on the opposite side of the country, in New York. Not surprisingly, a few of their picks overlapped slightly, but many did not. Being one of the first to capitalize on the next “It” food or drink could be the difference between a good and great year, but just as important, and maybe more ...
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