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London, United Kingdom, 2007/03/18 - Report Buyer, the online destination for business intelligence for major industry sectors, has now added a new report on the hottest trends in food flavours and ingredients for 2007.
“Food Flavors and Ingredients Outlook 2007,” forecasts that 2007 may finally be the year for Indian food and ingredient trends.
The average consumer is becoming better educated about food and is willing to try new foods and flavours. They want more sophisticated products and flavors that satisfy their palates as well as their need for health, convenience and adventure. Latest trends reflect this with a greater diversity of flavours and foods on offer.
Asian and Hispanic flavours will continue to develop a marketplace while Mediterranean, particularly Spanish and Greek, will move into the spotlight. The crossover between science and art will also drive trends with the development of flavour sprays, provocative food textures and aromas. Of course food technology will continue to play an important part in flavour and food development.
This report highlights and forecasts key trends within the food and ingredient industry. Now in its 4th year it provides a comprehensive, industry-sourced look at the ingredients and flavour trends, cooking styles, and technological influences, which will make their mark in home and restaurant kitchens this year.
“Food Flavors and Ingredients Outlook 2007,” is available in pdf format from Report Buyer.
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