Functionalized Flavors, Part II

Porzio, Mike
March 2011
Perfumer & Flavorist;Mar2011, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p26
The article focuses on the use of functionalized flavor systems to solve the specific product requirements in the flavor industry. It notes that commercial encapsulation technologies are used to provide functionalization, in which several areas must be considered including the control release properties, off-flavor masking, and thermal resistance in heated environments. It cites the functionalized flavors including spray dried fruit flavor for drinks, modulation, and reaction fried flavors.


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