Flavorchem releases enzyme modified (EMC) flavors

Natural cheese with lipases and other natural food-grade enzymes provide same cheesey flavor with fewer calories.

Flavorchem Corporation, a leader in flavor and color product solutions for the food and beverage industries, has just launched a line of enzyme modified cheeses. EMC flavors are made from a special blend of natural cheese with added lipases and other natural food-grade enzymes, and as a result are all-natural with no preservatives. In addition, EMCs offer a cost effective alternative to traditional cheese ingredients with fewer calories, while still providing the same full-bodied flavor profile. They adapt easily to most food processing systems and blend well with other ingredients and additives. Multiple cheese flavors are available from blue to sharp cheddar.

“Flavorchem’s enzyme modified cheeses are perfect to boost cheese flavor in applications where the amount of cheese that can be used maybe limited. They offer significant savings and provide many functional benefits,” says Ed McIntosh, Marketing Manager at Flavorchem.

About Flavorchem: Flavorchem Corporation, founded in 1971, specializes in creating and manufacturing flavors, colors and masking solutions for all food, beverage and nutraceutical industries. Flavorchem operates out of two locations, with corporate headquarters in Downers Grove, Illinois and a west coast facility in San Clemente, California. A full service company, they provide everything from product R&D to finished products, creating limitless custom solutions for companies of all sizes.

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