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2007 Top Ten Hot Flavors & Fragrances

By: Bell Flavors & Fragrances
Posted: April 3, 2007

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6. The Mangosteen fruit was once recognized by Queen Victoria as the “queen of fruits.” This Far East fruit is also known for its high antioxidant properties, and and is currently available through “super healthy consumer” retailers.

7. The blood orange is not new to most food or personal care processors, but it is a fruit that will be used more to provide consumers novel products with a familiar taste or aroma.

8. Fresh ginger root is the type of sharp sensation flavor that works very well with new health chocolates. Ginger is known for its distinct sharp sensation, and this unique flavor, even though very old and traditional, could have great potential in the new “super healthy consumer” market.

9. Guavasteen, which is also known as Feijoa, is a fruit that has been promoted for its high antioxidant properties. Native to New Zealand, it could likely be the type of new sensation consumers are looking for.

10. Cashew apple is actually the fruit from which the cashew nut grows. This fruit is found deep in the Amazon, and has high antioxidant properties. It is currently being used as a fruit drink in Brazil.