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Sensient Flavors Extends Functional Flavor Portfolio

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Sensient Flavors Extends Functional Flavor Portfolio

February 27
12:44 2013
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In reduced sugar formulations, the flavorings compensate for loss of body, mouthfeel and sweetness. When used alongside alternative sweetening solutions, such as high intensity sweeteners or Stevia (Reb A), they also mask undesirable aftertastes. All APSS flavors can be declared as “natural flavoring” and add no carbohydrate calories to the end product.

The new flavorings extend the existing portfolio of APSS flavors, which has been developed to improve the sweetness profile of calorie-reduced products. With its latest variations, the company has adapted its APSS technology for specific flavoring types which are particularly popular in beverages, but are also used in other applications, such as bakery, confectionery and dairy products. The bespoke flavorings enable food and drink manufacturers to shorten development time when modifying sweetening systems or reducing the sugar content of products.

Dirk Fichtner, Managing Director Flavors Europe & Fragrances at Sensient Flavors, comments, “Rising consumer awareness of the importance of a healthy diet, along with the high price of sugar means that manufacturers are looking for alternatives. When a recipe is reformulated, it’s crucial that the end product’s taste and appearance don’t suffer. Our novel APSS functional flavorings enable food and drinks manufacturers to bring products to market quickly with solutions that meet consumer expectations.”

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