It is said, we eat with our eyes. Since antiquity, humans have used the color of a food to discern its quality. Color provides a way to judge ripeness, perceive flavor and assess quality of food.
Tags: food & beverage colors,
Sep 29, 2014 Sensient Colors
This week, Sensient Flavors (Hoffman Estates, IL) launched brand-new flavor-masking technology, called Smoothenol 2G, for masking bitter, astringent, and other “off” notes. According to the company, Smoothenol 2G exceeds today’s typical flavor maskers by helping to block not just one but multiple receptor sites implicated in taste reception.