Symrise North America opens new sweet lab for dairy and sweet goods

By Jim Cornall contact

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The Symrise Sweet Business Unit offers assistance with dairy, bakery, confectionery, cereal and nutritional products.
The Symrise Sweet Business Unit offers assistance with dairy, bakery, confectionery, cereal and nutritional products.

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Symrise North America has opened its newly expanded and redesigned Food & Dairy Applications Lab for products across all segments of the sweet goods category. The new lab will assist customers throughout the development process.

The Symrise Sweet Business Unit offers assistance with dairy, bakery, confectionery, cereal and nutritional products.

Dr Khalid Farooq, technical team leader at Symrise NA, said the team at the company uses a project-driven, collaborative approach to developing concepts and flavor applications that meet its customers’ goals, including enhancement of  product performance, fulfilling nutritional claims, or creating a desired flavor profile.

Lab features

The lab includes a positive pressure air flow system that keeps the air clean and regulates temperature and humidity; a fully computerized steam injection milk and dairy processor; a dedicated area for fruit preparations; a new flavor carousel system that helps food scientists and applications staff work more efficiently; and a walk-in freezer and cooler.

There is also space available for customers to work hand-in-hand with the Symrise Sweet team on their projects, yielding real-time results and high productivity.

Symrise has pilot scale equipment available for tableting, fruit preps, soft and hard pack ice cream, cookie sheeting, starch molding and more.

Symrise is a German-headquartered flavors and fragrances company, with approximately €3bn in sales in 2017.  The Group has more than 90 sites in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, Asia, the US and Latin America.

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