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North America is the current leader in the consumption of flavor and fragrances after replacing Europe; however, in Asia, China and India are growing fast, according to market research firm Research and Markets.
Séralini et al., which had previously released discredited reports about potential toxicity of genetically modified maize, have published another report: "Major pesticides are more toxic to human cells than their declared active principles."
The study in the Current Opinion in Lipidology also said pooled analyses showed fructose may have important advantages over glucose for body weight, glycemic control and blood pressure.
In all three experiments, participants could use the sense of smell to discriminate different levels of fat in the milk.
Mintel and Leatherhead Food Research expect the value of stevia as an additive for use in food and beverage manufacturing to grow to $275 million by 2017.
Following a thorough review of evidence provided both by animal and human studies, experts have ruled out a potential risk of aspartame causing damage to genes and inducing cancer.
A recent study has found that diet-induced obesity significantly influences peripheral taste receptor cell signals in mice, which likely leads to changes in the central taste system and may cause altered taste perception.
A recent study showed cheesecake samples on round white plates were rated sweeter than those on black plates.
Highlights from the Second Annual Flavor, Fragrance and Perception Conference at Rutgers University.
New research sniffs out odor categories; supports the idea that the olfactory world is tightly structured, and organized by a handful of basic categories.