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Raw Material of the Week: Kokumi Extract

Who doesn't love a bowl of hot chicken noodle soup? Destilla Flavours & Extracts has introduced a raw material, which can be applied to stews, pies and matured cheese. The material is recognized for its ability to intensify taste over time.

[Podcast] Flavoring for Cannabis Edibles with Sean Arnold of Franklin Bioscience

What do the cannabis and flavor industries have in common? Sean Arnold, senior vice president of product development at Franklin Bioscience, tells P&F in Flavorcon-edition of Two Sense.

Non-Dairy Ice Cream Market Experiences Cool-Down

Though ice cream is experiencing global growth, a recent Mintel report indicated that frozen yogurts and non-dairy ice creams have seen a slip in market share.

What's in Your Garlic Oil?

Since a large percentage of the available garlic oil on the markets may be adulterated, how can a company detect adulterated garlic oil?

A Closer Look at Garlic Oil: Verifying Naturality

This case study takes a look at the challenges on the production side of the garlic oil industry, which has necessitated increased vigilance in verifying the real natural content of this product downstream.

Editor's Note: A Greener Heart

This issue, we get to the heart of one of the flavor industry’s ingredient concerns: adulteration in garlic oil. Due to its prevalence in countless savory products, garlic oil’s purity is an ongoing topic within the industry. Additionally, Christophe Laudamiel, perfume sculptor, shares his thoughts on educating both future perfumers and consumers for a more sustainable, more mindful fragrance industry.

Organoleptic Characteristics of Flavor Materials

This month's column features organoleptic discussions on tarragon oil, orange oil, oakmoss absolute, coffee extract espresso, black tea and more.

Flavor Bites: Ethyl phenyl acetate

Though it shines in honey flavors, enhancing clove and bright floral notes, ethyl phenyl acetate’s soft profile in comparison to its fellow esters offers a wide range of applications, including hydrolyzed vegetable protein, green tea and more.

Raw Material of the Week: Coffee Blossom Honey Blend

Riddle us this: What ingredient is not something one would typically add to coffee, but might try it out for a sweet addition? Treatt has the answer! The company launched a new blend to impart sweet flavors and aromas.

The Cookie Crumbles With Canada’s Sweet Tooth

A recent report took a look at popular sweet baked goods trends in Canada and found that cookies were among the most popular. Among the reasons for popularity include a sense of nostalgia and people becoming interested in baking.

EU Flavor Regulations & Globalization: Q&A with Jean Robello, EFFA President

In this exclusive interview with P&F, Jean Robello tell us about his goals as EFFA president and bringing the flavor regulatory associations together through global FlavourDay conferences. The first event in Brussels was organized by EFFA (the European Flavour Association), together with AROMA (the Belgian Flavour Association) and IOFI (the International Organization of the Flavor Industry).

Raw Material of the Week: Natural Nootkatone 70

Looking to enhance flavor fruit juices or personal care fragrance items? Look no further as Isobionics has a new raw material lending a grapefruit taste and odor.

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