What will 2014 taste like? From ginger beer to Szechuan peppers
The flavors of India and Central and South America will have a big impact in 2014, as will consumers’ growing fascination with chiles, according to McCormick & Co. Inc.’s 2014 Flavor Forecast.
Kalsec is also convinced that consumer demand for hotter, spicier, foods will continue to increase on both sides of the Atlantic.
Click on the links below for more on what 2014 might taste like from the world’s top flavor houses.
Chilis, tea and masala: McCormick unveils top flavor trends for 2014
Comax unveils flavor trend predictions for 2014, from sriracha chocolate to pineapple cucumber
Virginia Dare on flavor trends: 'From candy to beer to tea, everything with ginger is hot right now'
Turning up the heat: Millennials like their flavors hot, spicy and sophisticated, says Kalsec
Firmenich: Forget what’s trending now, we’re looking 3-5 years ahead for the flavor trends of the future
What will we be eating in 2014? Alcoholic ginger beer, spicy mango ice cream and jack fruit?
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