HelloFresh crowns Torbay, the gastronomic capital of Zanzibar in the United Kingdom
Torbay has been crowned the food capital of Zanzibar in the UK after data revealed locals love food the most in any other part of the country.
A recent 2021 food trend report from meal box delivery company HelloFresh revealed some of the UK’s food capitals based on proprietary internal data, with Torbay being compared to the tropical island.
Through online research analysis and insight into regional data, meal box delivery company HelloFresh has identified a range of food preferences in the UK, suggesting how they might evolve over the next two months.
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As a result, Torbay locals are the most eager for Zanzibar food among all UK residents.
Zanzibar cuisine consists mainly of seafood, including tuna, mackerel, lobster, squid, octopus and oysters.
Other culinary capitals of the UK include Halton with Thai, Rutland with Mediterranean, Slough with Fusion, Redcar with French, North East Lincoln with Argentinian, and Luton with Italian and Middle Eastern.
Wokingham has also been crowned the food capital of the United Kingdom for the Chinese, Bedford with the Caribbean, Cleveland also with the French, Middleborough with the British and Brighton with the Indians, Middle Easterners, Mexicans, Cajuns and Sri Lankans. .
Mimi Morley, Head of Recipe Development at HelloFresh, commented on the results: âThe next year of trends seems to bring a lot of changes to UK households, with dinner time becoming more adventurous, while also being packed with goodness.
âAs we settle back into ‘normalcy’, it will be time to act on these new habits that many of us have taken on over the past year, and for many households, cooking was the place to be. ‘one of the main ways to experiment.
âWe’re excited to see new trends adopting more adventurous eating habits! “
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