Sensient Flavors Introduces Asian Fruit Flavors

Asian fruit-inspired natural flavor systems are designed for beverages

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — From Asian Pear to Longan to Rambutan, Asian fruits and flavor profiles are gaining ground in America as savvy consumers are increasingly finding that Asian fruits offer a multitude of tastes to please their palates. In response to the growing desire for Asian fruit-inspired taste profiles, Sensient Flavors LLC has developed a library of flavors that impart the natural flavors and profiles of Asian fruits.

Developed specifically for beverages such as juices, water, energy drinks, and alcoholic beverages, Sensient’s Asian Fruit Flavors allow for a natural claim on a beverage product.

“Sensient Flavors’ library of Asian fruit-inspired flavors offers beverage manufacturers the opportunity to incorporate trending flavors with the authentic taste and natural claim consumers desire,” said Kimberly Carson, director of beverage solutions at Sensient Flavors LLC.

The comprehensive library of Asian fruit-inspired flavors is comprised of 14 flavor systems including: Asian Pear, Chinese Wolfberry, Gac Fruit, Jack Fruit, Longan, Mangosteen, Noni, Papaya, Pummelo, Rambutan, Satsuma, Sea-Buckthorn Berry, Yumberry and Yuzu.

For more information on Sensient Asian Fruit Flavors, please e-mail: [email protected] or call: (800) 445-0073.

About Sensient Flavors LLC:
Sensient Flavors LLC is a unit of Sensient Technologies Corporation and is one of the world’s leading flavor companies, operating in 30 countries. Sensient Flavors innovative technologies offer the optimal choice for complete flavor system development.
Sensient Technologies Corporation is a leading global manufacturer and marketer of flavors, colors and fragrances, employing advanced technologies to develop specialty food and beverage systems, cosmetic and pharmaceutical systems, inkjet and specialty inks and colors, and other specialty chemicals.


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