Sensient Launches Range of Natural, Fat-Soluble Flavorings for Indulgent Applications

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27 Mar 2017 --- Sensient Flavors have introduced a range of innovative fat-soluble flavors for fillings in bakery, confectionery and dairy applications. Nine sophisticated taste profiles have been developed as internal concepts, either as single or dual flavors: apple & almond, banana split, butter mint, cherry, mango, orange & ginger, peanut, praline and smoked coconut. All of the flavors are natural, suitable for vegan concepts and are Kosher certified. In addition, the peanut and almond flavours are ‘nut free’ nut flavors.

One key application for the new range is premium filled chocolates, in which the flavors are incorporated into the chocolate ganache filling. To achieve special visual appeal, Sensient Colors’ Spectraflecks can be used. These are colored film particles that add colour to food products and provide, for example, chocolate coatings with colorful highlights. 

With comprehensive flavoring expertise as a core competence, Sensient is able to create authentic flavor profiles. Depending on the concept, the company develops tailored solutions in collaboration with its customers. To create multisensory experiences, Sensient’s experts can make use of a broad portfolio of complementary inclusions, including flavoured sugar crystals, popcorn, ground cookies and toffees. In addition, sauces and fillings also play a key role when it comes to exciting texture combinations; products with tailored viscosities are available, from caramels, chocolate and fruit-based varieties to coffee variants. In general, the sky’s the limit when it comes to product development.

“The global chocolate market is set to grow in volume by 5% and increase in value by more than 10% between 2015 and 2020. The challenge for manufacturers is to create products that stand out from the competition. We recognize the consumer demand for sophisticated sensory experiences and, whether that need presents itself as bold flavoring combinations, exciting texture pairings or a unique appearance, with our portfolio, we are perfectly prepared to develop products that are bang on trend and fulfil the most important aspect of sweet treats — being indulgent,” says Simon Daw, Director of Marketing at Sensient Sweet Flavors Europe.

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Sensient Food Colors brings life to products, adding colour and visual enjoyment to food and beverage applications worldwide. Sensient applies industry-defining colour expertise, enhancing brand value through premium sensory appeal and performance. Sensient Food Colors Europe supplies an encompassing portfolio focusing on natural colours, colouring ingredients and customized colouring solutions.

As the global leader in the manufacture and supply of high-performance food colours, Sensient operates a close network of service- and application experts, research, development and manufacturing sites. Extensive technical and legislative expertise is available to support new products developments and to meet future colour needs of the food industry.

Sensient Food Colors is a business unit of Sensient Technologies Corporation, a leading global developer, manufacturer and marketer of colours, flavours and fragrances.

Natural Colours

Sensient offers a wide range of speciality natural colour formulations. Derived from selected vegetables, fruits, plants, minerals and other edible natural sources, Sensient’s natural colour range is based on the colouring principles found in nature. Manufacturing expertise and global application know-how allows Sensient to offer superior products with respect to stability, quality and safety.

Natural Ingredients

Originating from traditional foods such as vegetables, fruits and spices, Sensient´s natural colouring ingredients range is carefully processed to ensure the protection of all the valuable properties from the natural raw material sources. Sensient provides a wide range of special formulations with excellent stability and advanced colouring efficiency for various applications."

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