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Lifestyle Trends You Need to Know About in 2019

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11. Canned wines

Canned wines was called “the next big thing for wine lovers” by Forbes back in 2017. It has since grown in popularity. With sales up 43% from June 2017 to June 2018, canned wine is now a $45 million business.

They are a good idea, from a consumer’s perspective, because a person doesn’t have to open a whole bottle to have some wine. A can also is easier to carry than a glass, and you can bring a can to places glass bottles are not allowed such as beaches. People who drink wine prefer the drink in a can when they are at outdoor events, such as picnics, festivals, and barbeques, according to a Nielsen survey.

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12. Growing your own produce

Growing your own food is no longer only a possibility for people who live on a farm. It’s especially popular among millenials and urban gardeners, mostly due to the growing popularity of plant-based diets. The benefits of growing fruits and vegetables on your own include an incentive to eat healthy foods, as well as the complete control over what, if any, pesticides are used.