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Firmenich Opens New Savory and Culinary Facility in Vienna

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Firmenich Opens New Savory and Culinary Facility in Vienna

Firmenich Opens New Savory and Culinary Facility in Vienna
September 15
15:03 2017

Firmenich has opened its expanded Savory and Culinary facility in Vienna, Austria. In this global center of excellence for Soups
and Green Proteins, the Firmenich European culinary team develops leading savory solutions for its customers, working with flavorists, sensory and application experts. This new purpose-built facility confirms the company’s commitment to advancing its Savory and Culinary capabilities globally.

“With the global population expected to reach 9 billion by 2050, it is critical that we develop sustainable green protein solutions that taste great while offering a high nutritional profile,” says Gilbert Ghostine, CEO of Firmenich. “Our new Culinary Center in Vienna is designed to deliver on this objective and shape the future of proteins with our customers.

“Vienna is an important hub for our Savory business and this newly expanded facility will ensure we are able to continue developing the best solutions for our customers,” says Chris Millington, President of Flavors, Firmenich. “We are committed to investing in Savory ― not just the traditional business that we master well, but also into next generation alternative protein solutions.”

The company has also just launched ‘Culinary Anthropology’, a new and proprietary ‘design thinking’ approach to developing savory products with customers through creative ideation and rapidprototyping. During a Culinary Anthropology session, Firmenich takes customers through a series of exercises designed to spur creative thinking and extract business-relevant ideas from participants, including target consumer concept review. To get a glimpse into the most recent Culinary Anthropology
customer event in Geneva, Switzerland, watch this video: https://vimeo.com/229248388


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