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Flavor Company Lists Ten Unusual Flavors Offer Opportunities For Food And Beverage Makers

January 4, 2011: 09:34 AM EST

U.S. flavor company Sensient Flavors has developed a list of ten exotic flavors that present “opportunities for innovation” to food and beverage manufacturers in 2011, including aquaje, a sweet tasting Peruvian fruit whose flavor has been compared to that of the carrot, and berbere, an Ethiopian blend of cayenne pepper, allspice, cardamom, cloves, fenugreek, ginger, black pepper, and salt. Sensient’s list was developed using its trend framework that “filters trends from the broad, macro level down to the flavors themselves,” according to the company. Other innovative flavors listed by Sensient include sweet-and-sour energy-boosting borojo from Columbia and Ecuador; Ceylon cinnamon, a complex flavor with hints of citrus that is already used in the U.K. and Mexico; and tart, tangy hibiscus from South America and the Caribbean.

"Sensient Flavors Announces 2011 Flavor Trend Predictions", News release, Sensient, January 04, 2011, © Sensient Technologies Corporation
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