Sensient launches taste modulation and protein masking solutions


24 Oct 2017 -- Sensient Flavors are supporting sugar reduction concepts in various beverage, bakery and dairy applications. Their latest range helps to maintain the full sensorial perception in the end product, even if sugar is significantly reduced. Without the need to change the labeling, Sensient Sweet Solutions can help to create pleasant sugar reduced still or carbonated drinks, from tea-based to fruit-based and many more, as well as a wide range of sweet products such as cookies, wafers and biscuits and yogurt.

Protein masking – for delicious functional products
As the major trend in the food industry, protein has many benefits and helps to enhance the nutritional profile of numerous products. But whether it ss sports drinks, diet shakes or snack bars, the main challenge in product development is to mask the unpleasant taste that many proteins deliver. Sensient experts have developed innovative protein masking solutions that work with proteins from all sources as well as with protein blends. Using these solutions, manufacturers can improve the taste profile of their products by eliminating off-notes and even improving the unpleasant mouthfeel that some proteins display. The proprietary masking technologies allow for natural, non-GMO, allergen-free and kosher labeling – always in line with the customer’s products and needs.

Capturing the true flavor
Sensient Natural Origins is a comprehensive range of authentic “true to nature” extracts that come from the named source and thus fulfills the highest expectations. The Sensient Natural Origins botanicals collection includes herbs such as hop, basil and sage, spices such as cardamom, saffron and pink pepper, as well as a broad variety of dazzling floral notes such as cherry blossom, lavender and chrysanthemum. A highlight of the range is the ginger collection. These powerful extracts add a rich taste of different ginger profiles, including the exotic and powerful Chinese ginger, and the spicy Nigerian ginger.

At FiE 2017, later this year, visitors will be able to experience Sensient’s “Trends to Taste” program and sample two surprising flavors. Petrichor – the scent of rain on dry earth – and Cucamelon, a Mexican miniature watermelon with a lime and cucumber taste. For the bakery and confectionery sector, Sensient will showcase sweet solution in reduced sugar vanilla biscuits, and jellies with Natural Origins flavors and Sensation flavors. A high protein bar will also be available to demonstrate the company’s protein masking solutions. 

Sensient Food Colors Europe


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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