Magnesium plays a role in a wide range of bodily functions: energy production, heart rate, glucose metabolism, emotions, and more. Unfortunately, magnesium is one of the most frequently encountered dietary deficiencies in the USA. Even though minerals can be tricky to incorporate into consumable products, our R&D team has demonstrated the ability to deliver nutritionally enhanced beverages that also have an excellent flavor profile.
Did you know that Sports Nutrition is the fastest growing category in the Health & Wellness market? Retail value sales are expected to climb 7% annually to US$14.3 billion through 2020. Read more on our capabilities and the latest Sports Nutrition trends.
In July of this year, the FDA rolled out the first significant nutrition labeling revision in more than 20 years that impacts foods, beverages and dietary supplements. With our VitaCholine and Albion Minerals brands, we are well-positioned to help our customers leverage these changes to enhance their products.
Forty years at one company is hard to imagine, but recently one of our senior food scientists in the ice cream lab, Steve McGowan, celebrated his forty-year anniversary with SensoryEffects. Read Steve's take on how technology and the consumer trends have changed over the years.
Clean Label – These two words mean a lot of different things to a lot of different people. There is no one definition of "clean label." Although there is no official definition of Clean Label, read what it means to us at SensoryEffects.
In today’s food and beverage market, products’ nutritional benefits are crucial to staying competitive. Along with the popularity of clean labels, protein is a highly sought after ingredient to claim in consumable products. High-protein diets can be used for a variety of health benefits, including weight loss. Naturally as a result, high-protein RTD beverages, Dairy & Non-Dairy Alternatives, Juices, Smoothies/Sports Nutrition Beverages and Hot Beverages have become popular.
The 'molding' found in bakery products is actually the result of three different subclasses of microbes: yeasts, molds, and bacteria. However, with the right products and applications, this can be drastically reduced or even eliminated.