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“Toast” Emerges As A Flavor For Tea, Chocolate Bars, Etc.

January 13, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Small cafes and restaurants across the country have caught onto the idea of serving artisan bread toast as a comfort food with a variety of toppings, like almond butter and salted avocado. But a different trend involving toast is emerging, according to a food writer who attended the Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco. The trend is “toast as a flavor”, not to be confused with “toasted”, as in toasted hemp seeds. Toast is the flavor of “roasted bread” slathered with butter or dusted with sugar and cinnamon. The Republic of Tea, for example, has unveiled Cinnamon Toast Tea with the flavor and aroma of the longtime breakfast treat. And B.T. McElrath Chocolatier (Minneapolis, Minn.) has introduced Buttered Toast chocolate bars.
Elizabeth Weise, "Toast is a flavor: Incredible food trends in 2015", USA Today, January 13, 2015, © USA TODAY
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