An increasingly diverse, gastronomically experimental and financially cautious population will drive food and beverage trends in 2014. Local will remain an important focus. But while Americans have long wanted to eat local foods and learn about their origins, they now are shifting that interest to local beers and local distilled spirits. Whether they are willing to spend more on those items will depend on the market and demographic. Most trend watchers also expect gluten-free items to remain ...

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