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In this monthly column, senior flavorist Judith Michalski describes the odor, taste and suggested applications for several materials. This edition features discussions on honey distillate organic, saffron resinoid, anisyl acetate natural, osmanthus absolute and more.
Bell Flavors and Fragrances has launched lines of extender and replacer flavors as alternatives to ingredients the market is currently lacking.
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The SFC highlights their winter meeting in Southern California.
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2/10/2016 | Amy Marks-McGee
Africa is a diverse and culturally rich continent presenting a widevariety of market opportunities and ingredients for the fragrance and flavor industry.
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2/4/2016 | John Wright
5-Methyl furfural makes the best contribution to the caramel underpinnings of flavors that derive a significant aspect of their overall profile from heated sugars.
Bran has come a long way from being considered an "embarrassing" public declaration of certain digestive health needs. And work to improved its texture and flavor, like that featured in this patent application, have helped to ensure it's no longer just a flavorless piece of cardboard with a prune juice chaser.