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Burnt (Caramelized) Sugars Aromsa Burnt (Caramelized) Sugars are obtained by heating a mixture of beet sugar and water, with no chemical additives. It has a typical taste of roasted sugar, which provides a good rounding effect on the final taste of many food products.
Flavors Aromsa Aromsa's heat-stable flavors are used in various applications for food and are sold in 40 countries around the world. A variety of flavors are available for beverages, dairy, bakery, and confectionary applications.
Milk Flavors Aromsa Aromsa's Milk Flavors are intended for use in beverages, confectionary, dairy products, and bakery products. These flavors include fresh milk, condensed milk, baked milk, caramelized milk, burnt milk, and buttery milk.
Natural Extracts Aromsa Aromsa offers Natural Extracts for food and beverage applications. Since the trend for natural products grows stronger, the company extracts more and more from what nature offers.
How Much Technical Knowledge is Necessary for Commercial Management in the Beverage Industry? Martin Ernst Haug In this article by food and beverage industry expert Martin Ernst Haug, he discusses how much technical knowledge is crucial for commercial management in the beverage industry. He gives a breakdown of important aspects of a successful team and atmosphere...展开 In this article by food and beverage industry expert Martin Ernst Haug, he discusses how much technical knowledge is crucial for commercial management in the beverage industry. He gives a breakdown of important aspects of a successful team and atmosphere in a modern beverage company. 收起
Juice from red-fleshed apples – a successful novelty in the juice segment? Martin Ernst Haug In this article by food and beverage industry expert Martin Ernst Haug, he discusses the various attributes for apples including harvest, resistance to disease, storage stability and sensory properties such as color, taste, and smell. He covers the topic ...展开 In this article by food and beverage industry expert Martin Ernst Haug, he discusses the various attributes for apples including harvest, resistance to disease, storage stability and sensory properties such as color, taste, and smell. He covers the topic of products made from red-fleshed apples and how they may represent an opportunity to put the traditional segment into a new spotlight. 收起
The Search for Off-Flavor Detection in Beverages Continues Martin Ernst Haug Martin Ernst Haug continues his beverage discussion by explaining how an off-flavor depends on the food matrix. The main points include off-flavor generation, sensory off-flavor markers, and an outlook for the future.