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You could say our flavor preferences are as unique as a snowflake, hand print or a product UPC code. Vivanda Inc.'s latest digital innovation maps out flavor using a taste profile database.
Spicy, sour and sweet flavor combinations inspired by African, Middle Eastern and Asian ingredients.
Consumer taste buds are fickle, and their preferences evolve quickly, which is why the Women in Flavor & Fragrance Commerce (WFFC) will be discussing this topic at its upcoming fall seminar.
BitterSuite provides the audience with a classical music experience that explores each one of the senses to totally immerse listeners.
The Women in Flavor and Fragrance Commerce take on the tastes and smells of the Upper West Side in New York City where attendees explored various baked treats, apothecary potions and flavors from the Middle East and human-grade pet food!
As the Olympics draws closer, Comax has developed some new flavors inspired by Brazilian tastes.
Straying away from typical fruit flavors of citrus, apples and melons, flavorists are starting to explore more exotic fruits to use for flavor formulations.
New and interesting sensory concepts, products and restaurants continue to be introduced, such as flavor-enhanced products, mashups, edible nail polish, lifestyle destinations, scented spaces and immersive experiences.
The new specialty flavor company for natural solutions addressing health and wellness was launched at the Institute of Food Technologists Annual meeting and Food Expo in July.
ConAgra Foods completed its sales of JM Swank to Platinum Equity and Spicetec Flavors & Seasonings to Givaudan.