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Looks like Kakadu Plum is leading the charge for the 'oz superfood' prize.

As the Chronical says:

LOOK forward to a year of native Australian superfoods, high-fat diets, and new yoga trends.

These new food and fitness trends are on the rise in 2018 according to dietitian and founder of The Australian Superfood Co Hayley Blieden.

"Over the last decade consumers have become more educated and interested in the health implications of what they do, think and eat," she said.

"As the science changes, so to do the food trends. In 2018 our diets will continue to transform, from the 2017 food trends, of low sugar diets and imported superfoods to the high fat, Keto diet and local, sustainable superfoods.

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