Authentic flavours and extracts for dairy products.
Dairy is a traditional product category characterized by established and reliable flavours. Whether its sweet or savoury applications, consumers look for creamy texture and classic flavours. Our flavours range from non-natural to natural and 95/5 (organic suitable) flavours. Some of our popular dairy flavours are:
Our flavours are well-tested in dairy applications like flavoured milk, yoghurt, cheese and spreads, iced coffee and chocolate milk. We have an incredibly indulgent premium flavour range for ice cream and frozen desserts. We develop flavours for functional dairy products like protein shakes and protein powder. We test our flavours in customers applications to ensure optimal performance in the final product. We also offer flavours for dairy-free solutions, including solutions that mask certain off notes that come with active ingredients like proteins, fibre and vitamins.
Many dairy and non-dairy products can benefit from a flavour boost whether its to reduce cost or to create a specific flavour profile. Our application specialists provide recommendations for achieving desired taste and overcome product development challenges. We offer great “milky” and “cheesy” notes for more powerful experience. For coffee and cacao-based drinks we use natural extracts to enhance true flavour. We can create unique flavour combinations that imitate dessert or cocktail flavours in dairy products, for example pina colada, tiramisu or cheesecake. This “mashup flavour” approach is especially relevant in ice creams, where trends point towards extra indulgence and “borrowing” well-known flavours from other categories.
Savoury dairy flavours e.g., for cheese products, spreads and dips deliver true and rich experience. Our range of cheese flavours includes:
- Matured cheddar
- Vegan cheese
- Cultured Fresh Cheese
- Swiss cheese
Trendy flavours in this category also include spices, botanicals, smoky and exotic flavours. We excel at creating exciting flavour combinations that awake consumers’ curiosity and sense of adventure. There are endless opportunities in flavour combinations, for example an established approach with one familiar flavour together with an unusual or exotic flavour.