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Celebrating 10 years of shipping biomaterial, DuPont Tate & Lyle have announced an expansion that will increase its Loudon, Tennessee facility by 35% and will source its products to customers around the globe through the consumer and industrial market segments.
This month's column discusses the chemical composition of lemon verbena oil.
In highly regulated marketplaces where mislabeling could have legal and commercial repercussions, a reliable natural source test is critical at the procurement, research and development, product launch and supply stages.
Statisticians remind us, "Correlation does not indicate causation," and vast amounts of data can easily be mislead the misguided or faint of heart.
Nestlé's scientists developed a method to use 40% less sugar in their confectionery without altering the sweetness in chocolate flavor.
The 47th ISEO Congress took place in Nice (France) on September 11-14, 2016, where attendees listened to discussions on the biological and analytical studies of plants and corresponding essential oils.
While "Clean label" foods have been in demand in the flavor industry, Frito-Lay North America, Inc. and The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois, a body corporate and politic of the State of Illinois, are determined to encapsulate flavors to sustain authentic flavors.
In order to understand and develop the flavor and fragrance market, ACS International and REG Life Sciences will work together to create advanced intermediates for flavor and fragrance.
Earthoil presents a three-year project that provides 3,000-liter water tanks to 615 farmers, the first 40 being installed for tea tree farmers in Kenya.
Symrise created sweet modulator, SymLife Sweet, to reduce the use of sugar in various products by 35%.