Sensient Flavors, one of the world's leading flavor companies, has announced its flavor trend predictions for 2013. The list was developed using Sensient's “Trends to Taste” program, a proprietary predictive process that filters trends from the broad, consumer macro level down to finished concepts that best demonstrate each flavor profile. The list encompasses flavors inspired from multiple mega trends including Comfort, Connections, Sensory and Health & Wellness.
Sensient Bio Pharma & Savory Flavors announced today its launch of Sensimune™, a line of well-being products for the animal nutrition markets. The products utilize proprietary yeast beta glucan technology obtained in a recent agreement with Biothera, a Minnesota-based biotechnology company.
Sensient Flavors LLC, one of the world’s leading flavor companies, has introduced a new line of natural and true-to-type varietal cherry flavors. These flavors allow manufacturers to create products with multiple cherry profiles suitable for a variety of food and beverage applications.
Dec 17, 2013 Sensient Flavors
Sensient Trends for 2014: Sensient Flavors
Beverage development always has been at the forefront of new ingredient trends, and nowhere has that been truer than in the recent explosion of beverages that feature far-from-the-mainstream flavors. Sensient Flavors’ consumer insights manager Bridget Schigoda discusses Sensient’s 2014 beverage flavor trends predictions.
It starts in November, and for all we know it’s still going on – the annual “Airing of the Predictions.” We thought we’d share some of the best ones we’ve gotten – and some of the best ones we’ve solicited from our own team. Ready? There’s probably enough to get you through 2014 – and on to 2024. Included are Sensient’s annual Trends to Taste predictions.
The secret to a perfect match is compatibility, balance and maybe a little heat. Pairing flavors is no different. Sensient Flavors’ senior applications technologist Julie Clarkson and senior savory flavorist Austin Luft explain the rise of Sriracha hot sauce and flavor pairing.
Long considered a hallmark of the South, food and beverage items containing peach flavors are seeing 20 percent growth on menus around the United States. Peach season peaks in August and September, but Sensient can help you create products that consumers will reach for all year long.
May 20, 2014 Sensient Flavors
Chili Blends: Sensient Natural Ingredients
Sensient Natural Ingredients, a global producer of wholesome, agriculture-based ingredients and solutions, has launched a new Chili Blends collection which includes seven authentic dry chili blends inspired by the flavors of Latin America, India, Morocco, Thailand and the United States.
Jun 30, 2014 Sensient Flavors
Hispanic Flavors: Sensient Beverage Flavors
Oct 10, 2014 Sensient Flavors
Today’s consumers are a worldly group. Thanks to technology, our ability to connect with nearly every part of the globe is as easy as clicking a mouse. As a result, consumers can explore exotic cultures, customs and cuisines on a whim.
As evidenced by the continual success of cooking shows and food networks, as well as cooking classes and magazines, more people are taking an interest in cooking at home. The desire to recreate the flavors and recipes from across the globe motivates consumers to experiment.
Fusion cuisine, which combines culinary traditions, has gained popularity and familiarity across generations. From well-traveled Baby Boomers increasingly exposed to ethnic flavors to Millennials who probably have experienced ethnic cuisine from an early age, no longer are folks satisfied with solely making traditional recipes such as meat loaf or sloppy Joes.
Which cuisine is king? While that’s a debate that will never be settled, trends indicate that the most popular dishes consumers are experimenting with include flavors from Latin America and Southeast Asia, specifically Malaysia, Vietnam and Thailand.
One example is Ras el Hanout, which Sensient identified as an up-and-coming flavor trend for 2014. Meaning “top of the shop” in Arabic, Ras el Hanout has no definitive recipe (it generally features cardamom, chili peppers, cinnamon, clove, coriander, cumin, ginger, paprika, peppercorn and turmeric) and brings the overall flavors and culture of Morocco to consumers’ kitchens.
Za’atar is also on the rise in popularity. A popular Middle Eastern spice blend that most commonly includes sumac, thyme, oregano, marjoram, toasted sesame seeds and salt, it was named one of Sensient’s Trends to Taste flavors for 2013. What’s more, The Huffington Post named Za'atar as one of 14 foods to add to your diet this year.