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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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There are even others at the market's lowest end that contain virtually no real fruit and are entirely made up of water and artificial flavorings. Premium fruit juices on the other hand begin with as much as 60-percent fruit pulp that has been minimally processed and make up the remaining 40 percent with good-quality apple juice for extra sweetness, acidity, and reconstitution of the fruit pulp.
Completely natural, all varieties include Lucini Premium Select Extra Virgin Olive Oil, are non-GMO and contain no artificial flavorings, colors, thickening agents or preservatives.
It can be used as often as needed, and it does not contain ingredients that can aggravate the condition, cause allergic reactions, irritate the stomach, or have a drying effect, such as paraben preservatives, artificial flavorings and color, alcohol, and glycerin.
Currently, although the US and Canada list 99% of ingredients, many allergens are hidden under general categories like "spices" or "natural and artificial flavorings." Also, manufacturers often identify ingredients by their technical name, under which allergens such as casein (an allergenic protein from milk) can be missed.
Neither product contains preservatives, artificial flavorings or sweeteners.
Currently, food manufacturers are not required to identify the products used in natural or artificial flavorings, colorings, or spices, or some food additives, she said, noting that some of them contain derivatives of meat, poultry, other animal products such as insects, and allergens (such as peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, eggs, milk, soy, and wheat).
Beware of artificial flavorings, chemicals, sweeteners and fats.