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Organoleptic Characteristics of Flavor Materials

Elderflower absolute, orange oil Spain, laurel leaf oil and mimosa absolute, French FLG.

The Market for Beverage Flavors

A seemingly never-ending consumer demand for soft drinks, alcoholic drinks and hot beverages around the world makes beverages a significant category for manufacturers and suppliers of flavors.


This ingredient is one of the most useful hay notes, adding depth and succulence.

U.S. Flavor Industry Has Voice Heard in Nation’s Capitol

FEMA takes its advocacy efforts to Capitol Hill.

The Market for Natural Flavors

The $12.1-billion global natural flavors market continues to expand, while the drive to clean-label has created growth opportunities for flavoring materials and seasonings, herbs and spices.


This ingredient’s highly pervasive aroma of cooked potatoes fits a variety of flavor profiles.

Seven Predicts Fragrance Trends for Autumn-Winter 2015/16

Trends include the return of oud, the enduring popularity of rose and a focus on leather notes in next year’s fragrance collections.

Report Says Addictive-like Eating Shouldn't Be Called "Food Addiction"

“Eating addiction,” rather than “food addiction,” better captures addictive-like eating behavior, according to a recent report published in the journal Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews.

Organoleptic Characteristics of Flavor Materials

2-Octanone, ethyl phenylacetate, isophorone and more.

Biotechnology Enters Its Next Phase

Recent ingredient launches signal increasing complexity of biotechnologically derived natural flavor and fragrance materials.


This ingredient excels in fruit flavors, adding a level of depth, realism and complexity that has few rivals.

Evolva, Cargill Publish Stevia Reb M Patent Application

The process has the potential to significantly improve the flavor profile of zero-calorie sweeteners, especially at higher usage levels.

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