First we had matcha lattes, then we had turmeric and now we have broccoli coffee.
After a CSIRO survey last year found four out of five adults aren't eating enough fruit and veg to meet national dietary guidelines they now hope to boost our daily intake with a few scoops of this green powder.
Researchers hope the powdered vegetable will not only make its way into your skinny cap, but into a whole range of other beloved snack foods and meals as an additive for our daily diet needs.
Scientist say just two spoons of this broccoli powder in your morning coffee would be the equivalent of one serve of vegetables.
Broccoli is a nutrient-rich vegetable, with plenty of fibre, vitamins A, B1 and B6, potassium, zinc and magnesium, among many others.
The powder and products are being created as a part of a project which aims to reduce vegetable waste by creating a healthy additive from 'ugly' and discarded produce.
We all know we could eat a little more fruit and vegetables but would you dare to try it in your morning coffee?
This article originally appeared on Instyle