Effective Use of Colors for Optimal Flavor Perception

Posted on:November 10, 2019

Clean labeling efforts may mean colorants will be avoided, yet color may prove essential in capturing how consumers perceive a food product, noted Debra Zellner, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology at Montclair State University, and Affiliated Faculty Member at Monell Chemical … Continue reading


Flavor Use: Is Natural Necessarily Clean Label?

Posted on:October 20, 2019

“All natural” and “clean label” do not necessarily equate with one another, began Deepthi K. Weerasinghe, Ph.D., Principal, dP3 Consulting, in his presentation “Formation of Flavor—Is Natural the same as Clean Label?” In the absence of a regulatory definition for … Continue reading


Sweetener Systems and Sensory: Three Practical Tools

Posted on:April 4, 2019

THE MARCH TOWARD HEALTHIER reduced-sugar product formulations may break new ground in the art and science of food formulation, but it will not necessarily break new ground regarding consumers’ expectations for the sensory qualities of their food and beverage choices. … Continue reading


Progress on High-Potency Sweeteners, Taste Modulators and Enhancers Continues

Posted on:April 1, 2019

Click to Enlarge GRANT DUBOIS, PH.D., Consultant, Sweetness Technologies, LLC, reviewed the progress made on natural high-potency (HP) sweetener systems for food and beverages by offering tantalizing insights on how to resolve some of their negative taste and flavor attributes, … Continue reading


Formulating with Whey Protein for Maximum Health Benefits, Functionality and Taste

Posted on:January 2, 2019

  AT THE OUTSET of his presentation, “Formulating with Whey in a Fully Transparent Market,” Chris Lockwood, Ph.D., President, Lockwood LLC, described some of the advantages that protein possesses, including its function as the only major nutrient to stimulate muscle … Continue reading


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