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According to high-end grocery store Whole Foods, the trendiest items of 2018 will include low-sugar sparkling drinks, mushrooms, shell-free tacos and Middle Eastern cuisine such as shakshuka, grilled halloumi cheese and lamb.

At-home chefs will also be more interested in powders, such as matcha, cacao and turmeric, for the added health benefits.

For instance, rather than showcase a mantle of photographs, homeowners will opt for clean, empty spaces.

Raw textiles, such as concrete and dark wood, will also make their mark.

Shapiro says her sources are telling her that shoulder pads, an emblem of 1980s fashion, will rise from the dead in 2018.“Cocooning” – that is, dressing in massive, comfy pieces – and bubble-shaped outwear will also have their moment.They will market them as healthy and a new experience from what we would get at home,” Mike von Massow, an assistant professor with Guelph’s food, agricultural and resource economics department, said in a statement.Shoulder pads and ‘cocooning’ In women’s fashion, Pantone, the global authority on colour, says spring 2018 will be dominated by “complex and original combinations” brimming with hope.The top shade: Meadowlark, a luminous yellow that Pantone describes as “glistening with joy and illuminating the world around us.” Other hot colours for spring include Cherry Tomato, a “tempestuous orangey red,” Little Boy Blue, an optimistic azure that “reassures us with the promise of a new day,” and Pink Lavender, a rose-tinted violet with a “soothing sense of quiescence.” Patty Shapiro runs a Quebec-based trend distribution agency, which works with trend forecasters across the world to get a first look at what’s in store for fashion, interior design and colour.Shapiro’s company then distributes trend books to retailers across Canada.Food writer Claudia Mc Neilly also identified mushrooms and floral flavours as food trends to watch next year.But in the realm of alcohol, Mc Neilly said 2018 will be all about natural wine, a type of wine that uses organic, bio-dynamic grapes and doesn’t include sulphur in the fermentation process.