Boesch Boden Spies Brings Trendy ‘Flavored Almonds’ to Europe

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13 Jun 2017 --- Ingredients specialist Bösch Boden Spies is now offering European food manufacturers a new ingredient that caters to several trends, such as the quest for new, unusual taste combinations by today’s increasingly adventurous consumers, and many consumers’ desire to combine pleasure and healthy eating. 

Introducing ‘Flavored Almonds’ from California’s Blue Diamond Growers - Great Variety for New Taste Experiences
In sweets, muesli or dairy products – Flavored Almonds as an ingredient or topping make all the difference. Especially unusual combinations, such as an exotic note in the muesli or a piquant component in the chocolate, provide new, surprising taste experiences. As a high-fiber source of protein, the vitamin E and riboflavin-rich almonds also functionally upgrade food. 
 
Blue Diamond Flavored Almonds are available in variety of flavors ranging from sweet, like Honey Roasted Almonds, to savory like Mesquite Smoked, or Salt & Pepper. On request, the Hamburg ingredient specialist will advise interested manufacturers about possible applications and work with them to develop new applications catering to trends. 
 
From the US to Europe 
In the US, Blue Diamond Flavored Almonds have been successfully used as a food ingredient for several years. Now manufacturers in Europe can also use them to enhance the function and taste of their products. Flavored Almonds can be used wherever conventional almonds are used as ingredients – and for entirely new applications.

 

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Blue Diamond Growers is the world’s largest almond marketer and processor. It is responsible for developing the industry and opening up world markets more than 100 years ago when Spain and Italy were the major producers of almonds. While the U.S. market is the largest single market for almonds, more than 70 percent of them are exported to 95 countries worldwide. Almonds are California’s largest food export and they rank among the top ten food exports in America. California produces more than 80 percent of the world’s supply.

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