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1/4/2016 | Judith Michalski
This edition features flavor profiles for caramel furanone, black pepper oleoresin, 2,3-Epoxyoctanal, and more.
1/4/2016 | Galeas et al.
Vanilla pompona is resistant to climate change and diseases, and therefore is preferred for hybridization with V. planifolia. Its chemical characterization was carried out in a series of experiments, described in this second of four parts.
1/4/2016 | John Wright
Despite the fact that the character of oct-2-en-4-one resembles strawberry jam rather than fresh strawberries, it functions in flavors as a specifically strawberry note.
Flavorchem Corp. launched a line of ingredients verified non-GMO through the Non-GMO Project.
Evolva announced the launch of EverSweet, the zero-calorie stevia sweetener.
Patent Picks are chosen by the editors from publicly available sources. Today's choice, from Tate & Lyle Ingredients Americas, describes stevia sweeteners containing rebaudioside B.
Patent Picks are chosen by the editors from publicly available sources. Today's choice, from T. Hasegawa Co., relates to an agent to impart hydrogenated oil flavor to products containing reduced amounts of hydrogenated oil.
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Chobani yogurt will release a new line of savory flavors. The sweet and spicy, “flip” flavors will include chipotle pineapple and sriracha mango.
FEMA GRAS status for the use of flavor ingredients in food does not mean that FEMA GRAS flavor ingredients are safe for use in e-cigarettes.
Genotype analysis revealed that sucrose thresholds and sensitivity were related to variation in the bitter receptor gene but not in the two sweet receptor genes.
Patent Picks are chosen by the editors from publicly available sources. Today's invention, from Nestec S.A., relates to methods for making ready-to-drink, low-sugar dairy beverages.