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Europe: Givaudan launches rich flavor range for ready meals, snacks

Givaudan has launched TasteSolutions Richness, a new generation of flavors for the food manufacturing industry. It includes a complex blend of taste and aroma components...

Americas: GNT Group reports 5 beverage trends

The GNT Group, producer of Exberry Colouring Foods, suggests five ways for food and beverage companies to offer variety in their products. Firstly, alternatives to...

Europe: Consumers demand natural confectionery, finds GNT survey

Naturalness is a key factor when choosing fruity gums and lollies, according to a survey of 5,000 people aged 18-65 in France, Germany, Italy,...

Americas: AMD releases low GI, sweet ingredient

Archer Daniels Midland Company recently launched Fruit Up in North America to provide food, drink and snack developers with a new option to add...

Americas: Association launches campaign on healthy salt intake

People on the US eat too much salt, and most have no idea how much they are eating, according to new consumer research by...

Americas: Dessert chain to go natural on colors

Dunkin' Brands Group plans to remove artificial colors from its products in the U.S. As part of its ongoing efforts to offer guests great-tasting,...

Americas: Genes may affect one’s sense of taste, researchers suggest

A set of genes may affect a person’s perception of sweet taste, regardless of whether the sweetener is a natural sugar or a non-caloric...

Americas: Ashland to present beverage texture data at symposium

Representatives from Ashland and Sensory Spectrum will speak at a technical symposium on July 19, 2016 on the role of descriptive analysis in documenting...

Europe: Seaweed is a promising salt substitute, find researchers

Brown algae could be used as a salt substitute and help to reduce the salt content of industrially processed foods, according to Fraunhofer IVV...

Europe: Infants can eat peanuts safely, finds allergen study

An introduction of peanut products into the diets of infants at high risk of developing peanut allergy was safe and led to an 81%...

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