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5 nutritional trends we hope will stay after the pandemic ends

As we continue to ride the wave of COVID-19, one sector that’s growing amid many failing industries is food and nutrition. Endeavour College of Natural Health alumna, Meg Yonson, explores five food trends that she hopes will stay long after this pandemic is gone.

Yonson is a qualified nutritionist, an experienced recipe developer and graphic designer. For the past seven years, she has been working professionally in the

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