These are set to be the biggest food trends of 2018

Regardless of what Instagram may say, the public is pretty over avocado roses and charcoal lattes filling our feeds. As 2018 quickly approaches, a new crop of food trends draws near as well.

Whole Foods Market has announced the top food trends for 2018, according to the world’s leading buyers and experts. From edible flowers to dairy-free desserts, these all look highly Instagrammable. Here are the food trends we can all expect to see a lot more of in the near future.

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Edible flowers

We couldn’t have gotten off to a greater (more Instagrammable) start. Yes, edible flowers will be major news next year, and we’re not surprised. Placed atop lavender lattes or scattered across salads, fresh petals are set to dominate your feed. (Photo: Getty Images)

Middle Eastern cuisine

According to Whole Foods, 2018 will bring traditional Middle Eastern dishes to our attention. From Persian delicacies to Moroccan flavors, classic ingredients are heading our way. Spices such as harissa and cardamom are becoming more popular, while mint and tahini rule our taste buds. (Photo: Getty Images)

A new take on the taco

The breakfast taco is set to take over Instagram. The street-food staple has been reinvented for 2018 and can feature everything from chocolate fillings to a sweet shell. (Photo: Instagram/wingbazbar)

Waste not, want not

According to the report, end-to-stem cooking will grow in popularity. This involves using the entirety of the fruit or vegetable. For instance, pickled watermelon rinds are set to gain fans. (Photo: Getty Images)

Plant-based diets

Although 2017 has seen a rise in veganism, next year is set to introduce more variety to plant-based diets. According to Whole Foods: “Dairy-free indulgences like vegan frosting, brownies, ice cream, brioche, and crème brûlée are getting so delicious, non-vegans won’t know the difference — or they might choose them anyway!” (Photo: Farm Girl)

Super powders

Super powders are nothing new, but in 2018, they are set to gain a greater status in the market. Ground turmeric is on the rise, while matcha powder remains a sure-fire hit on social media. (Photo: Getty Images)

Functional mushrooms

According to Whole Foods, mushrooms, which are traditionally used to support wellness, are now being used in various food and drink recipes from tea to broths. (Photo: Instagram/Madeleine_Shaw_)

Fair Trade-approved

According to predictions, transparency will be key for consumers next year. Fair Trade standards and animal welfare will be taken into consideration more during our weekly shopping. (Photo: Getty Images)