Striking a balance

Strzelecki, Diane
February 2007
National Provisioner;Feb2007, Vol. 221 Issue 2, p58
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the significance of American flavor preferences in the U.S. food industry. It has been stressed that consumers demand for a variety of protein product flavors. It was found out that they are loyal to traditional flavors of home-cooked meals. This indicates that they are increasingly health-conscious. It could be noted that seasoning and flavor manufacturers are monitoring consumer preferences. Moreover, the industry's trends can be observed from consumer actions.


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