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flavor

(Essence), noun attributes, character, configuration, core, distinctive features, essential meaning, expertise, feature, figure, gist, good point, heart, impression, mannerism, mark, material issues, meaning, mold, nature, particularity, peculiarity, point of character, property, quality, quintessence, redeeming feature, savor, shape, signature, singularity, sole, substance, sum and substance, taste, trait
Associated concepts: the flavor of a holding, the flavor of an argument, the flavor of an issue

flavor

(Taste), noun appreciation, deliciousness, favor, like, palate, salty taste, savor, sense of taste, sharp taste, sour taste, sourness, spicy taste, sweet taste, taste in the mouth
See also: color, complexion, savory
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Fizzy, but 100 per cent apple juice with no added sugar or flavourings.
Suzanne Heffernan, retail marketing manager for AarhusKarlshamn, which offers an extensive range of infused oils under its Chalice banner, says the company's garlic, basil, chilli and lemon variant offer a fresher flavour because they are created using a "unique process combining premium quality olive oil with 100% fresh ingredients" as opposed to synthetic flavourings.
Guernsey Bel, which operates out of plants in Chicago, Illinois, and Hayward in California, makes flavourings for breakfast cereals and sweets.
They are then cooked at high temperatures to produce a syrup, which is poured into a giant mixing machine with the sweeteners, softeners, flavouring and colouring.
STRAWBERRY version has 30 ingredients, including 15 additives: carrageenan, dipotassium phosphate, potassium chloride, adipic acid, cream of tartar, carboxymethylcellulose, flavourings, sodium saccharin, annatto, betanin, propylene glycol monostearate, soya lecithin, beta carotene, ammonium bicarbonate, cochineal.
The book goes on to review clean label starches and proteins, the application of natural hydrocolloids as well as natural aroma chemicals and flavourings from biotechnology and green chemistry.
The new Black Grape, Cola, Red, Summer Fruits, Orange, Tropical, Lemon Lime and Green flavourings compensate for sensory drawbacks in products with reduced sugar content as well as those which are completely free from sugar.
London, Jan 10 (ANI): One of the flavourings used to give smoke taste to meat, cheese or fish, could be toxic to humans, says the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
The parliament added flavourings should be labelled "'natural' only if 95% of the flavouring element is of natural origin".
TWICE the salt level of plain crisps and contain flavourings and colours.