The Urbanbite restaurant recruitment team has been set in motion to find restaurants willing to make morning deliveries following a report commissioned by breakfast cereal maker Kellogg's suggested that within the next 15 years breakfast may turn into our main meal of the day.
According to this rather surprising report, produced by consultancy firm Your Future in conjunction with leading experts from the food industry, breakfast will be taken much more seriously in the future and might very well become a full-blown 3-course meal (which means we might need to change its name to "Breaklarge" instead).
At the same time the report has suggested that multiculturalism is slowly transforming the palates of the Britons and we might well end up eating seaweed, spices and fish in the mornings.
According to this report: “In the future Middle Eastern spices such as the brightly coloured Sumac and hot chillies will also be used to add flavour to foods – with people initially shaking them on to their cereals and resulting in Sumac or Fiery breakfast cereal products on shelves.”
The experts believe seaweed will become the next food fad and an increase in the popularity of Scandinavian-style fish dishes will bring kippers and sardines back on our breakfast tables, while crab porridge and sumac flakes will slowly start taking the place of bacon and toast.
A spokesman for Kellogg's said: "Already we have been seeing an increase in the use of spices in the UK and the likes of Polish sausages and fish more commonplace on the British breakfast plate. The world has become a much more open place, and with further immigration to the West and the UK expected to continue from the Middle East and Asia in particular, we can expect to see this influence the British palate at breakfast time."
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