COVID-19 redefined Canadians food purchasing habits in several ways and consumers emerge from a historical experience that lasted several months. Before the crisis, vegetable proteins were in fashion, plastics were the new threat and shopping online was seen by many as a far-fetched idea. Things have changed, probably for a while. While reflecting on the past few months, this presentation paints a portrait on the future of how people are accessing food. Trends, grocery shopping, restaurants, online commerce, prices, everything will be looked at. We will look at lessons we must consider from the COVID-19 crisis to better understand the opportunities ahead.