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Recent in Flavor (page 13 of 50)

Editor's Note: F&F Advocacy & Communication

How do regulatory, R&D, creatives, marketers and product developers unite under evolving environmental, social, political, cultural, technological and creative landscapes?

Progress in Essential Oils:Thymol-rich Thymus vulgaris oils – Part 2

We take a closer look at the various constituents of thymol-rich thyme oils hailing from various parts of Iran, as well as Turkey, Czech Republic, Spain and Brazil.

Organoleptic Characteristics of Flavor Materials

This month’s column features discussions on cocoa extract, sunflower oil CO2 extract, barrel-aged oak fluid extract, methyl 3-hydroxybutyrate and more.

Flavor Bites: 2-Ethyl 3-Methyl Pyrazine

This chemical combines outstanding strength, a profile pleasantly free from off-notes, and a little more heat stability than the more commonly used series of dimethyl pyrazines.

Once You Pop, The Turkey and Stuffing Don’t Stop

For the Thanksgiving fan that doesn’t like all the pots and pans, Pringles has introduced the Pringles Thanksgiving Dinner, a tray of eight Thanksgiving-inspired chips.

Whole Foods Market’s Top 10 Food Trends for 2018

Whole Foods Market has released its annual food trend report, which highlighted rising flavor trends like floral flavors, functional mushrooms and textured products.

Hershey Company Goes for Gold With Fourth Flavor

The Hershey Company has launched Hershey’s Gold Bar, a caramelized crème bar with salty peanuts and pretzel bits.

‘Tis the Season for Festive Pepsi Flavors

Just in time for the holidays. PepsiCo has released a series of limited-time food and beverages products with classic holiday flavors.

5 Dairy Alternatives to Be Aware of in 2018

With the rise of the health and ethical conscious consumer, more are looking for plant-based beverages to replace traditional dairy products.

Conscious Consumers Driving Food and Beverage Trends

With the rise of the ethical and eco-conscious consumer, better-for-you claims and products will continue to be popular well through 2018.

Can We Consume It? Yes We Can[nabis]

Cannabis has taken over the U.S. by storm, especially in the food and beverage department. Edibles can range in a variety of segments such as baked goods or confection and have even expanded to beverages.

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