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Postcards from the Bench

Every Layer of Reuben Flavor

December 2019 | Rob, Applications Scientist

All you have to do is hear the word “Reuben” and you can already begin to taste each individual layer of the sandwich: rye bread, corned beef, right down to the sauerkraut. Well, I’m here to tell you that we’ve developed an......

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Inspired Tastes

Global Heat

December 2019 | Natalie, Insights & Content

Consumers continue to be adventurous in exploring lesser-known parts of the world by pairing favorite foods with regionally famous sauces and spice blends, especially those that add heat. This demand is fueled by an increasingly diverse......

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Chef's Notes

Flavor Forecast: Best of 2019

December 2019 | McCormick Flavor Solutions Culinary Team

As we wrap up 2019, we’d like to share our favorites from this year’s Flavor Forecast®. Since 2000, our signature report has pinpointed top trends and flavors—from those on the verge of widespread appeal to subtle......

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Postcards from the Bench

Flavors of North Africa

November 2019 | Marissa, Applications Scientist

Lost for ideas for innovation?  Consider a tour across North Africa for inspiration. You can go on a journey of authentic tastes beginning with Ras el Hanout, the Moroccan seasoning that typically blends cinnamon, cumin, black and red peppers......

Alex_Beverage

Inspired Tastes

Beverage Innovator Snapshot: Alex

November 2019 | Brian, Marketing Manager

We’re constantly in pursuit of what’s next in drink innovation to share actionable insights and opportunities with our beverage customers. Our passion for flavor drives us to engage with innovators and experience how they are pushing......

gen_z

Inspired Tastes

Gen Z Food & Flavor Drivers

November 2019 | Tyler, Insights & Content

Generation Z (a.k.a anyone born after 1996) makes up 26% of the U.S. population and has $500 Billion in purchasing power. As Gen Z enters adulthood, it’s critical to understand how they differ from Millennials: they’re more pragmatic,......

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