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Synonyms for flavour

Synonyms for flavour

the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people

the taste experience when a savoury condiment is taken into the mouth

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The flavours are designed to meet the needs of three main sectors--consumers, restaurants and catering.
US- based food-culture magazine, First We Feast, uses historical gastronomist Sarah Lohman's book Eight Flavours: the Untold Story of American Cuisine to discuss ice cream flavours, which can be traced to two foundational iterations: "The ancient Eastern sherbati, originating in Iran and the custard ice cream of the West, which is similar to what we eat today".
Summary: By the end of 2026, the global flavour enhancers market is projected to reach 3,495 thousand tons in terms of volume.
Shisha is not entirely banned in Kenya but the National Authority for the Campaign Against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (Nacada), in conjunction with the Ministry of Health banned 19 shisha flavours in the country in June 2014.
The main objectives of the report are to: Provide an introduction to food flavours and flavour enhancers and their purpose.
She said: "I had a lot of fun trying to guess the flavours and submitted a few answers.
In the current environment of allergen awareness and the apparent increase in allergen sensitivity, especially among children, flavours from allergen-free sources can be used to replace certain ingredients.
Global manufacturer of flavours and value-added ingredients, Synergy, is launching a range of Cheese Flavour Solutions that are suitable for a wide range of savoury bakery applications.
Encapsulation may be physically about creating capsules and boundaries but, ironically, it is increasingly a technique in flavour development that is opening up vast new horizons and pushing back boundaries in our ability to develop and understand the way flavours operate.
Gilles Halotel of Fontarome Flavours Division says, "With our compacted flavors and licorice derivatives, we provide to the manufacturers of tea and coffee good flavors for their products.
Gilles Halotel, who is responsible for sales and marketing for France, the U.K., and Poland, for Fontarome Flavours Division, indicates his company's main markets for tea and coffee are in Europe and they are more involved in tea than in coffee.
[ClickPress, Wed Apr 03 2019] Food and beverages industry is using a variety of flavours and is also increasingly investing in the research and development of new flavours.