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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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Competitive landscape for each of the type of flavoring additive and enhancer is highlighted and the market players are profiled with attributes of company overview, financial overview, business strategies, product portfolio and recent developments.
2 -- color) Enhance Mango Salsa with mango flavoring syrup.
Then he went to work with his father, a formulator, selling ingredients such as chocolate, cocoa, fruits and flavorings to ice cream manufacturers in the western states.
There is the idea of tried and true when it comes to flavoring coffee.
The idea of flavoring food in the same way as one would apply hair spray or insecticide tickled me.
Senomyx has created a new paradigm in food flavoring with its proprietary approach to the discovery of novel flavors, flavor enhancers, and taste modulators," Wicker commented.
Despite the relatively long history of flavoring and mixing beers, the current market development can be viewed in three phases.
Part II Every year the Tea & Coffee Trade Journal reports on the coffee and tea flavoring industry.
The sweet flavored almonds are prepared in 30-pound batches, using a rotating pan that coats the nuts with flavoring and powdered sugar.
Rite Aid is happy to announce that those days are over because now each of its more than 3,400 pharmacies can add flavoring to all prescription and over-the-counter syrups and liquid medications.