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8/25/2014 | Judith Michalski
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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.
The report highlights Asia-Pacific region as the largest market for savory ingredients and also the fastest-growing market with India and China dominating the region.
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In response to changing taste palates in the United States, the "Flavor Surge" line includes Cilantro lime, Ginger Sesame and more.
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Ginger oil fresh, 3,7-dimethyl-6-octenoic acid, natural, benzyl formate and more.
7/21/2014 | Jamie Rice
Health and indulgence are driving growth in the $481-billion global dairy products market, representing a significant opportunity for manufacturers and suppliers of flavors.