Limited-offering shakes available in three varieties
April 23, 2018
As 2018 comes to a close, the editors of Beverage Industry want to highlight the Top 3 most-viewed beverage news headlines for the year. No. 1 was the announcement by SONIC's Drive-In, Oklahoma City, that it was releasing SONIC’s new Cookie Jar Shakes as part of its Summer Nights event.
Prinova USA, Carol Stream, Ill., a supplier of high-quality ingredients for the food, beverage, flavor and fragrance industries, announced the promotion of Cyndie Lipka from senior flavorist to master flavorist.
Naturex, Avignon, France, announced that a scientific opinion in support of a safety requested extension was released by the European Food Safety Association to the European Commission for Naturex’s Talin, a natural extract from the fruit Thaumatococcus Danielli.
Bell Flavors & Fragrances launched a new line of sweet to fiery-hot pepper flavors. Bell’s new pepper line encompasses flavor profiles from around the world including Mexico, Peru, the Middle East and Jamaica.
Comax Flavors has developed a list of the anticipated flavor trends for 2015 and divided them into four groups: Melting Pot, In a Nutshell, Coffee House and Breakfast Anytime. Flavors in each of these collections are versatile and can be used in a variety of food and beverage applications including ready-to-drink beverages, alcohol beverages and dairy products, among others, the company says.
IFT spokesperson answers questions about recipe, safety of seasonal beverage
November 5, 2014
To offer insight into the research and development side of the popular seasonal beverage pumpkin spice lattes, the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT), Chicago, released a video and Q&A with food scientist and IFT spokesperson Kantha Shelke. Through these platforms, Shelke shares how the drink and the spice mix is made, explains any safety concerns involving the ingredients, and offers the science behind why consumers love it so much.
ON DEMAND: In this webinar, you will learn how craft brewers and distillers are evolving to accommodate the strong demand for locally crafted beer and spirits as well as where cannabis infusions will fit into the future.
Beverage Industry’s November issue features our annual Craft Beer Report where we provide insight about how the craft beer segment is recovering after the onset of the pandemic halted many on-premise sales. Also in this issue we analyze the factions of the dairy drinks and dairy alternatives, the latest trends impacting the use of protein ingredients in beverages, the release of our annual Trucks Report with updates on 2021 releases, and much more!