Survival Guide: FlavorsSurvival Guide: Flavors
Flavor is an important component in food and beverage product development, but can be difficult to tackle as consumer taste preferences are ever-changing. Increasingly, consumers are seeking bold flavors inspired by evolving consumer preferences and growing global influence on the market. This Digital Issue includes market data, a look at ethnic flavors and trends, and a buyer's guide to help food product designers, marketers and C-level executives make informed decisions on the flavors they select for their food and beverage products. Takeaways include: *Market data offering a big-picture view of flavors use, as well as consumer perception of the ingredients *Current cuisine trends, including demand for authentic flavor in ethnic-inspired dishes *A comprehensive directory of suppliers offering flavors for the food and beverage industries
January 21, 2015
Table of Contents
Market Watch: Flavors: Market data on the use of flavors in food products.
Ethnic Cuisines Driving Flavor Trends: The popularity of ethnic foods among U.S. consumers has been on the upswing, and now, more than ever, Americans are exploring these bolder flavors and more culturally diverse foods.
Flavor Trends to Watch: A look at four culinary trends expected to kick it up a notch in 2015ethnic/hot and spicy, barbecue, dairy and fermented flavors.
Buyer's Guide: A directory of flavors suppliers for the food and beverage industries.
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