April 12, 2018
Food Business News Magazine recently published an article about modifying flavor in dairy foods and our Application’s Manager, Jeffrey Barish, supplied some insight about flavor modulators:
Modulators are a different type of modifying flavor. They tend to be highly specific molecules that have the ability to change the perception of sensation flavors, said Jeffrey Barish, applications manager, Gold Coast Ingredients, Commerce, Calif.
“For example, low-fat and fat-free dairy products lose the creamy, fatty mouthfeel of dairy once the fat is removed,” he said. “Modulators can change and recreate those missing mouthfeel characteristics. In addition, sour modulators are used to help improve and smooth the taste of tart products such as sour cream.”BACK TO POSTS