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Nine taste profiles have been developed all of which can be used in fillings in bakery, confectionery and dairy applications.
Innovations in beverage flavors give consumers the chance to savor updated fruit- and cocktail-based drinks.
Exotic flavors filtered down through the ethnic medley of food-centered culture has opened American palates to flavorful combinations.
Sensient Colors LLC, a business unit of Sensient Technologies Corporation, has announced AccuPak, the first dissolvable bag in the food color industry.
Sensient Colors LLC has announced the industry's first complete color spectrum of clean label, bright and stable natural blues and greens permitted in the US for use in food and beverages.
Everything from craft beers to ruby ports and smoky whiskeys are pouring it on to enhance existing flavors or add greater interest to the ordinary.
Our January round up of flavors will get your sweet tooth singing.
Strong flavor fusions, responsibly sourced ingredients and (of course) plant-based foods are among 2019 trend predictions.
Sensient Colors expands its aluminum-free options using Microfine technology; also offers new shades and oil-based dispersions.
This White Paper from Sensient Flavors offers an all-natural toolbox approach to masking, based on the latest research in human perception of bitter taste.
The new year will see more alternative proteins and sweeteners, Southeast Asian flavors and 'sweet heat,' and cleaner, more natural everything.
Sensient Colors has introduced DustPro NXT natural color powders, a product line that extends Sensients natural color portfolio.
Sensient Colors has expanded its research and development efforts on a global scale, and developed an Advanced Emulsion Technology for natural colors.
Sensient Colors LLC’s Natural Brown is created to offer rich brown alternatives with a wide pH range.
Sensient has developed powders, dispersions, and emulsions that are not contingent on palm oil-based products or emulsifiers.
Safe, clean flavor enhancement is the name of the game, so processors need to take extra care when modulating taste.
Ethnic flavors are expected to trend heavily this year, and they won't be the same old enchilada.
Whether its a recovery drink jacked up with protein or frozen pizza with less sodium, today's masking and modulation ingredients can help 'improved' foods taste super.
Avalanche, a titanium-free alternative to titanium dioxide white powder, can enhance the visual appearance and texture of confection and various topical applications.
Product developers can use Sensient's microfine natural colors to add color to products in a dry state.
Visual effect technology enhances product line innovation.
New plant capabilities enhance preservative-free natural color product offering.
With Mexican, Chinese, etc., now mainstream, adventurous shoppers look for Thai, Japanese and Caribbean foods.