Bell Flavors launches natural alternatives to liquid smoke

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19 Dec 2017 --- Bell Flavors & Fragrances has announced the launch of a new smokeless smoke flavors range, a natural alternative to traditional liquid smoke with variations ranging from mesquite to cherrywood. The natural smoke type flavors will help elevate their respective individual flavor nuances that continue to grow in popularity.

Bell’s smokeless smoke type flavors are advantageous as they can provide ingredient label benefits, are easily customized, and can facilitate a reduction in traditional food smoking time while maintaining the delicious savory smoked flavor. Smokeless smoke variations such as smoke, applewood, cherrywood, pecan, hickory, and mesquite are being sought out as on-trend food flavors resulting from classic food preservation methods.

Although smoke flavors came into existence in the late 1800s, they are more commonly being used today in food productions where typical smoky flavors would be expected – bacon, cheeses, jerky, and more. Bell seeks to look beyond the norm with its smokeless smoke flavors in applications such as butter, sauces, beverages, fruits, desserts, and various other sweet and savory applications.
 
The exploration of exciting flavor sensations like smoke flavor has been in high demand throughout history. Bell Flavors & Fragrances thrives on the artistic challenge to captivate the world’s palate. Since 1912, the company’s rich history in creating flavors for the food and beverage industries has brought value to customers and has evolved to understanding individual customer needs.

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