Improving functionality through Flavour

Apr 8, 2020 | Apples, Berries, Buyers, Citrus, Exotic, Frozen, Nuts and spices, Suppliers |

Flavourings are used extensively throughout the food industry in a wide range of applications; whether it’s a premium line, artisanal speciality, or store cupboard essential, the application of food flavourings give food manufacturers the capability of enhancing or modifying the flavour of their product to give customers the optimal sensory experience.

Choosing the correct flavouring is now an established phase in developing many new products, however developments in flavour technology, and evolving food culture, ensure that product developers may be looking towards food flavourings to provide a greater variety of solutions than ever before.

Consistent quality 

The ability to economically manufacture food on an industrial scale is dependent on procuring consistent raw materials. Variability in the quality of raw materials, whether from seasonal variation, varietal differences, or changes in the material throughout storage, can have a significant impact on the quality of the product, leading to the potential of batch-to -batch variations which are not appreciated by the production line, or the end customer.

Food flavourings allow manufacturers to add a flavour profile to their product that ensures consistency across production batches; whether it is a signature indulgent profile, more true-to-life fruit nuance, or light top note, the use of flavourings help manufacturers ensure that the customers’ expectation of a consistently high-quality product is met…Read more…


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