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Recent in Flavor (page 18 of 47)

Organoleptic Characteristics of Flavor Materials

This month's column features organoleptic discussions on vanillin, coffee, elderflower, orange heart and cayenne pepper more.

Bell Flavors and Fragrance Awarded for Business Excellence

Bell Flavors and Fragrance has been awarded the Northbrook Business of the Year Award for 2016 for their dedication to customer service, sustainable growth and competitive business edge.

In Memoriam: William J. Downey Jr.

Bill Downey, a former FEMA president from 1986 to 1987 and a member of the FEMA board of governors, passed away on January 30, 2017.

Bell Announces New Hire and Two Promotions

Karen Clint has been appointed as Bell’s marketing manager while Aaron Graham was promoted to vice president of technical services for flavor and Simon Poppelsdorf was promoted to global vice president for flavor.

Five Buzzy Beverage Trends for 2017

Find a seat with some leverage and get a new trending beverage. Coffee houses are using innovative techniques, sustainable ingredients and creative cocktails to gain an edge on the fast growing, RTD segment.

Bright Sparks for 2017: Bell Announces F&F Trends

Pass the plate for Bell Flavors & Fragrances' 2017 Spark trends, inspiring global flavors and fragrances, new twists on old favorites and, of course: Brunch.

East is the New West: Desserts Get Savory Twist

Middle Eastern-inspired desserts are taking the frozen aisle by storm, with savory ingredients adding a new twist to Western palates.

Editor's Note: Natural Matters

Perhaps, the definition of natural may never be finite. Maybe, just like humans, science, technology and the world at large, the definition will continue to evolve.

Defining Natural in Flavor Substances

How can the flavor industry overcome the challenges, legislations and regulations of configuring the naturalness of flavor substances?

Progress in Essential Oils: Celery Seed and Leaf Oils

This month's column discusses the chemical compositions of celery seed leaf and oil.

Organoleptic Characteristics of Flavor Materials

This month's column features organoleptic discussions on carrot heart oil, cucumber pure extract, blood orange oil sanguinello and more.

Flavor Bites: γ-Nonalactone

If it is not found in coconuts, γ-nonalactone is actually found in an unusually wide variety of other natural foods and offers a bright, aggressive and unique note to flavors.

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