Trends we spotted this week – week 25


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At Horecatrends we spot a lot of national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write articles about, the smaller trends we use in our column ‘Trends we spotted this week’. This week among others, an article about AirBnB tips, the pop up from the brothers Roca and chocolate with lower fat.

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AirBnb tips

Residents of London who rent their house via AirBnB are able to get tips or follow lessons from experts. During the masterclasses they will explain how to make up a bed as quick as possible, how to clean a room and what is essential for guests.

Beerbreweries mock Trump

One of the first breweries to pay tribute to Donald Trump’s antics was Chicago’s 5 Rabbit Cerveceria who, at the time, was selling their beer at Trump Tower. After he made those blatantly inappropriate comments about Mexicans, the owner of the Latin-inspired brewery pulled their product and decided it was time for the beer to undergo a name change. It was renamed from Trump Golden Ale to a more appropriate Chinga tu Pelo, which means “Fuck your Hair.”

Pop up brothers Roca

The Roca brothers are known from the restaurant El Celler de Can Roca, number two of the list of best restaurants of the world. The brothers will go to the UK, to open a pop-up store for four days in the 5 star hotel Domino.

This piece of art lets you walk on water in northern Italy

A famous artist couple Christo and Jeanne-Claude created a large-scale installation located in Northern Italy. After scoping out different bodies of water, they selected Lake Iseo for the location of a 3-kilometer-long walkway called ‘Floating Piers.’ The walkway is comprised of 10,000 square meters of yellow fabric that was sewn on top of a floating dock system.

Zapping chocolate with electricity could lead to lower fat treats

Chocoholics, are you sitting down? Researchers have just found a way process chocolate so it doesn’t need as much fat added into the recipe. By adding an electrical charge, the melted treat flows smoothly enough to be processed and, according to taste testers, is just as decadent as the original, higher-fat version. Your guilty pleasure may soon be a bit less guilty.

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