Super-Stable Colours That Pass The Test

  Natural colours are the basic expectations by consumers now, but it is also critical that these maintain the expected visual appearances of products, regardless…

The Savoury Market Goes Natural

  With consumers looking for more natural solutions in terms of colours and flavours, having colouring foods for even savoury products would offer huge potential…

Popularity Of Asian Flavours Soars In The US

Exotic flavours are in, and with american consumers being unfamiliar with Asian cuisine, flavours like sambal, rendang and turmeric seem to be gaining traction. By…

Tastes Of Chocolate Around Asia

Market research and insight expert Kadence Singapore muses on what consumers are looking for in selecting chocolates and their likeability factors. By Elise Huang and…

Asian Consumer Preference For Natural Colours And What It Means For Dairy

Asia continues to be a growing market for dairy products, and as consumers becoming increasingly health-conscious, they are demanding for more naturally coloured flavoured milks.…

Festive Trends: Naturally Colourful Chocolate Creations Are Here

This festive season, bakers and confectioners will be able to create chocolate masterpieces adorned with colourful, eye catching designs using all natural ingredients, thanks to…

What's Your Flavour?

Asian consumers are becoming increasingly adventurous when it comes to snacking. Seasoning technology plays a key role in providing consumers the sensory experience they want…

Colourful And Natural, Please!

Concentrates from fruit and vegetables enhance shelf appeal. By Victor Foo, general manager, GNT Singapore Private Limited

The Need For Colours In The Food Industry

Natural colours are increasingly replacing synthetics in Asia Pacific, but as these formulation changes are made, more technical expertise is often required to create colours…

Creative Flavours For Differentiation With Beverages

The beverage market is becoming increasingly competitive as new innovations continue to churn out to meet rising consumer demands. What manufacturers can do to stay…

Ingredients

Natural Colours, The Future Is Already Here

Natural colours are not only perceived as healthier by consumers than their synthetic counterparts, but consumers are demanding them to be the standard. What does…

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Colouring Foods For Future-Proof Product Development

In food and beverages, colour plays a decisive role as it communicates taste, recognition and quality expectations. Colouring foods, or colours made from fruits, vegetables…

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Culinary Science: Liquid Seasonings For Authentic Ethnic Flavour Profiles

Taste is always a crucial factor that determines whether a consumer buys a product. With such importance, it is vital that food manufacturers can provide…

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Symrise: Sustaining Vanillin Sources

Lionel Flutto, president, flavour, Symrise Asia Pacific, and Romy Weytens, Taste Competence Manager, spoke with APFI at length about the vanilla industry and what the…

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Flavours: A Vanilla Perspective

Lionel Flutto, president, flavour, Symrise Asia Pacific, and Romy Weytens, taste competence manager, spoke with APFI at length about the vanilla industry and what the…

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Drink The Rainbow With EXBERRY® Colouring Foods

New drink concepts need to rely on more than taste alone. Using colour in beverages is crucial to gaining consumer preference. By GNT New drink…

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Palm Mixed-Carotene: Natural And Healthy Colours

Eating with your eyes alone may link to negative health effects if artificial dyes are involved. Natural food colourants not only colour food naturally, but…

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Betatene—Australia’s Own Natural Beta-Carotene

Natural pink lagoons found in Australia contain an important health ingredient produced by algae, dunaliella salina. This article discusses the health benefits of algae beta-carotene…

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Colourfully Natural

Asian consumers wish for colourful but natural food and beverages, revealed a global survey. Besides this, what else should food and beverage manufacturers take note…