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Postcards from the Bench

The Bold Flavors of Jalapeno Lime

April 2019 | Terra, Product Development Scientist

Hot and spicy food and drinks are, well, hot!  And when my customers crave heat, I want to be sure to deliver on bold and complex flavor as well. Having grown up in Southern California, I often look to the mouth-watering cuisine of Mexico for......


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Homage to the Caramelized Onion

March 2019 | Oscar, Associate Research Chef

There has never been a browned vegetable quite as versatile and universally loved as the caramelized onion. Its rich, earthy sweetness spans cuisines, dishes and flavor profiles. While worth the effort, the caramelizing process can be......


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The Nuances of a Not-So-Simple Flavor

February 2019 | Gerardo, Senior Sensory Scientist

In the age of individualization, consumers have an increasing desire for specific flavors that fit their palate. These preferences can be impacted by age, ethnicity, eating experiences and more. Take cinnamon – a highly popular and......


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Created from Cooking

January 2019 | Lisa, Flavor Chemist

Although its common knowledge that consumers crave more experiential flavors, determining these flavors and profiles is a little harder to pin down. How can product developers meet the “foodie culture” flavor expectations permeated......


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Flavorist Collaboration

December 2018 | Sam, Principal Flavor Chemist

Chemists, or to be more precise flavorists, from the McCormick Technical Innovation Center (TIC) in Maryland and Giotti in Italy discussed how they share expertise across continents and are learning to work better together in a new exchange......

The Kid-Friendly Conundrum: Solving for “Good” and “Good For Them” Foods

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The Kid-Friendly Conundrum: Solving for “Good” and “Good For Them” Foods

November 2018 | Monica, Product Development Scientist

As a product development scientist, I help our clients tackle product development hurdles. A challenge we have tackled many times is developing kid-friendly products that meet the demands of today’s parents. Having recently become a parent, I have......

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