Bell launches new range of certified organic flavors

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27 Apr 2018 --- Bell Flavors & Fragrances has announced the launch of its newly expanded range of certified organic and organic compliant flavors within its HQ location in Northbrook, Illinois, US. Bell currently offers a broad range of organic compliant flavors and recently launched a variety of certified organic flavors, certified through Quality Assurance International (QAI).

As the demand for organic products continues to grow, Bell continues to offer a growing range of organic flavors to meet this dynamic market category. 

Based in the US, QAI is authorized by the USDA as an international organic certification company that works to certify organic manufacturing processes and operations to comply with National Organic Program standards. According to the QAI website, being organic means “produce and other organic ingredients in retail products are grown without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, sewage sludge, genetically modified organisms or ionizing radiation. Animals that produce meat, poultry, eggs and dairy products are not given antibiotics or growth hormones.”

Since Bell processes organic flavors before it reaches grocery stores, restaurant kitchens, bakeries, and more, the company must also be certified organic. By the end of 2018, Bell’s Northbrook headquarters location will have a finalized certified organic flavor line. Bell’s Canadian manufacturing location in Montreal currently has an entire range of organically certified flavors to offer customers.

Bell Flavors & Fragrances is a family-run business, growing on an ever-expanding global scale, and prides itself on adopting and implementing modern tactics and technologies, which provide superior quality and excellent customer service. This remains to be the heart and soul of the company and is the “Bell Way” of doing business.

With over 100 years of industry experience, Bell’s social science and research analysis are always a part of the recipe used to determine what is defining modern food and beverage culture.  Bell’s detail-oriented regulatory and botanical team is continuously working to ensure flavors, botanicals, and raw materials comply with current regulatory restrictions and guidelines.

FoodIngredientsFirst has reached out to Bell Flavors & Fragrances for further comments.

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