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ConAgra Foods completed its sales of JM Swank to Platinum Equity and Spicetec Flavors & Seasonings to Givaudan.
At the Institute of Food Technologists annual meeting and food expo on July 17 through July 19, Bell highlighted flavors from their Spark trend: The Well-Traveled Kitchen: India.
Similar to the classic sweet and salty flavor combination, lately a new combination has had consumers begging for more products with a sweet and spicy combo.
Exotic flavors and trends are starting to emerge in grocery stores across the country and even online.
According to The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), almost 207 million barrels of beer (or 2.8 billion 24-12oz. cases) were sold in the United States in 2015. With beer as popular as ever, and even growing, new craft beer trends are emerging.
As India’s population and food processing industry grows, new technologies are being explored to keep up with the demand of processed foods. These new technologies will be used to develop new flavors and fragrances.
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With consumers wanting more variety in their favorite bars and restaurants, new flavor trends, like vanilla gin and botanical teas emerge this year to keep even the pickiest of customers happy.
Bell Flavors & Fragrances’ Flavorology event introduced several new trends with products from its Spark trend program.
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