In full bloom: Floral flavors

Nov 2018

Although flowers such as rose, lavender and hibiscus have long been used in food products as decoration or as dried ingredients in herbal teas, food & beverages launches tracked with floral flavors are growing with a CAGR of 21 percent globally over the past five years, as reported by Innova Market Insights. Flower extracts, syrups and actual petals can be found in all kinds of products these days, ranging from tonic drinks to bakery, ice cream and convenience foods.

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  • Rose Diamond Rose Drink (Germany). Philicon believes in beauty coming from the inside. While Philicon's packaging and bottle is fantastic, it's what's inside it that really counts. Rose drink contains naturally occurring vitamin C and antioxidants, for proven support of the immune system, the digestive tract and perhaps, most importantly, the beautiful skin. No preservatives. Pasteurized. Green Dot Certified. Recyclable packaging.


Seasonal designs: Spooky Halloween

Oct 2018

Seasonal designs are often released on products across a range of categories. For Halloween products are given a spooky revamp, aiming to turn everyday treats into items worthy of giving consumers the goosebumps. Designs tend to feature orange and black tones, ghostly or zombie-like figures and even glow-in-the-dark effects.


Zesty flavor combinations: Dairy trends

Oct 2018

Today‚Äôs consumers are seeking dairy products that offer the best of all worlds. New dairy launches increasingly carry health and clean label claims, without compromising in convenience or taste. Beyond traditional sweet flavor profiles, savory and spicy flavors are making their way into dairy, including exciting pairings like champagne rhubarb and mango habanero.