Symrise launches clean label Culinary Bases

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12 Jan 2018 --- In order to address changing consumer demand for cleaner labels, Symrise Flavor N.A. has launched an extensive line of clean label Culinary Bases that are crafted from both Symrise flavors and extracts and farm-to-flavor ingredients from Diana Food.

This continuously growing collection of clean label Culinary Bases features a wide range of ethnic, vegetable and spice varieties. It includes Ancho Morita; Cajun Vegetable; Caribbean Jerk; Cilantro Lime; Creole Chicken; Gochujang; Harissa; Korean Barbecue; Mexican; Mirepoix; Mushroom; Roasted Tomato; Sofrito; Spinach Vegetable; Sriracha; Thai Curry; Tomato Basil; and Tomato Vegetable.


Dylan Thompson, Marketing Consumer Insight Specialist explains: “We take the same ingredients our customers cook with and masterfully blend them with essential oils and extracts to create great tasting, clean label solutions. In some cases, we add flavors to these bases to increase the intensity and make them more economical.”


Symrise’s team of product development specialists custom craft these Culinary Bases. They begin with Symrise flavors, extracts and essential oils, then add Diana Food’s exceptional vegetable purees, juice concentrates, herbs and spices. This results in the authentic tasting, Millennial pleasing, clean label bases that can be used in a wide range of food and beverage products.

 

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