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Kerry Reports On Food Flavor Trends Including Emerging Snack Flavors

June 24, 2020: 12:00 AM EST
Food and beverage flavor company Kerry (Teterboro, N.J.) says the pandemic’s crimp in consumer travel plans is fueling a desire to sample the world’s many exotic flavors, a trend known as “geo-based taste desires.” Global flavors include tropical notes such as dragon fruit, mangosteen, natsumikan, citrus, yuzu, matcha, and acai. Other international flavors likely to gather interest in the snacks world include za’atar (Middle Eastern spice blend), seaweed, bird’s eye chili, carom, edamame, and shichimi. Carom is an Indian herb commonly dry-roasted or fried in clarified butter. Shichimi, a common Japanese blend of roasted orange peel, black and white sesame seed, hemp, poppy seed, ginger, and seaweed, is used traditionally to flavor soups, noodle dishes, meats, and seafood. And now, maybe, snacks.[Image Credit: © Kerry Inc]
Elizabeth Green, "Tastes of a new world? Kerry says emerging “geo-based flavors” of interest during pandemic", Food Ingredients First , June 24, 2020
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