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Dining with AI celebs and more: Hongkongers unveil ways they want to dine by 2040

Six in 10 consumers want to experience immersive dining.

Dining experiences will be "very different" in 2040, with technologies changing the way consumers discover and enjoy food, according to Deliveroo.

By 2040, Deliveroo said Hongkongers' wish to experience "immersive dining " (63%) might come true.

Other hopes of Hongkongers that may be feasible in less than 20 years include dining with a celebrity, royal or late family members with the power of AI (42%).

In the future, if Hongkogners can smell and taste the food before ordering, they (54%) said they would be more likely o use a delivery service.

Other than dining experience transformation, Deliveroo also predicts that affordable tablet-based and liquid foods could become commonplace, such as soylent, huel, and other meal replacement products, as people are looking for easier consumption of food.

Hongkongers (40%) are open and curious about transforming local dishes into more accessible forms.

"Popular food items such as dim sum, seafood, and street food are specifically mentioned as having the potential for easier consumption without the risk of spilling and ruining clothes," Deliveroo said.

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