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In response to consumer trends, more bakers and snack manufacturers are using natural flavors and colors in their products. But will supplies of such ingredients be able to keep up with demand? Here’s what we found out from the manufacturers with which we talked.
The Mumbai, India-based manufacturer of natural and synthetic colors for the food and beverage industry says its reorganization and rebranding initiative will streamline service and position the company for future growth.
Alderwood smoke, pawpaw and speculoos among flavors comprising this year’s list.
Bell Flavors and Fragrances toasted its anniversary on July 25 with a formal reception that included more 300 guests in attendance. The company was founded in Chicago by William M. Bell, who used his background as a flavor chemist at Kraft Foods.
Sensient Colors, L.L.C., St. Louis, says its premium level of sourcing and quality standards for natural color safety result in custom colors that originate from strictly qualified global sources. The products are made under the highest levels of safety. The unit of Sensient Technologies supplies innovative food color and proprietary technologies using advanced technologies and color expertise.