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a gathering of people to taste and compare different wines

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Asda forked out more than pounds 100m on the drive, spending nine months on the relaunch, drafting in 40,000 consumers to take part in around 200,000 blind taste tests up and down the country.
Asda forked out more than pounds 100m on the drive - spending nine months on the relaunch, drafting in 40,000 consumers to take part in 200,000 blind taste tests up and down the country.
In head-to-head blind taste tests held by Consumer Reports, 23 store-brand foods were rated as tasting as good as -- or better than -- their national-brand counterparts, out of 29 food products.
We carried out some blind taste tests and our product was preferred by 9 out of 10 participants--even when up against the recognised market leading brand.
MaggieMoo's reports it conducted blind taste tests with consumers and found that 67% preferred a tasty, low-fat smoothie to a non-fat smoothie.
5 litre bottle of Grant's Family Reserve whisky which in blind taste tests was placed top for overall taste preference out of 20 leading blend and malt Scotch whiskies.
Research and blind taste tests have shown the crisps taste just as good and they're still in the same great flavours.
In blind taste tests, consumers preferred the soda's new formula to its century-old predecessor, but no one actually wanted to part with something so tied to the nation's cultural identity, even for an improvement.
Academia Barilla members, along with chefs from particular regions are performing blind taste tests to select the best producers of Parmigiano-Reggiano, Pecorino Toscano, Extra Virgin Olive Oils, and Prosciutto di Parma to wear their brand.
A long-standing marketing mystery - why Coke sells more than Pepsi even though it is less popular in blind taste tests - has been solved by a brain scan.
Eight of ten consumers in blind taste tests, the company said, concluded the new variety was either a full-fat premium or super-premium ice cream.
But they have fooled many connoisseurs who, in blind taste tests, were unable to distinguish them from imported varieties.
In blind taste tests, a scientific panel evaluated the three types of jerky for flavor, texture, chewiness, overall liking and appearance.
Despite its victories in "scientific" blind taste tests, the new product was rejected by American consumers as inferior in every way (even, according to a Harvard Medical School study, in its spermacidic properties).
They then put a hole through the corn prepared the old way to make it indistinguishable from the other corn for blind taste tests by 16 volunteers.