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10/24/2014 | Judith Michalski
Elderflower absolute, orange oil Spain, laurel leaf oil and mimosa absolute, French FLG.
10/24/2014 | Jamie Rice, RTS
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.
10/24/2014 | John Wright
This ingredient is one of the most useful hay notes, adding depth and succulence.
9/24/2014 | Nicole Urbanowicz
FEMA takes its advocacy efforts to Capitol Hill.
9/24/2014 | Jamie Rice
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.
9/24/2014 | John Wright
This ingredient’s highly pervasive aroma of cooked potatoes fits a variety of flavor profiles.
Trends include the return of oud, the enduring popularity of rose and a focus on leather notes in next year’s fragrance collections.
“Eating addiction,” rather than “food addiction,” better captures addictive-like eating behavior, according to a recent report published in the journal Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews.
8/25/2014 | Judith Michalski
2-Octanone, ethyl phenylacetate, isophorone and more.
Recent ingredient launches signal increasing complexity of biotechnologically derived natural flavor and fragrance materials.
8/25/2014 | John Wright
This ingredient excels in fruit flavors, adding a level of depth, realism and complexity that has few rivals.
The process has the potential to significantly improve the flavor profile of zero-calorie sweeteners, especially at higher usage levels.