The sensory power of chocolate

Posted on 4 September, 2018

Chocolate may well be one of the most popular foods in the world. This has a lot to do not only with its taste but also its effects on the body. It no longer surprises anyone to hear that the brain interprets drinking chocolate in the same way as it does practicing sex. However, today we are not going to talk about either. Today we are going to look at the sensory power of chocolate, i.e. how it intoxicates at least four of the five senses. The ...

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3D innovation in pasta and sauces

Posted on 27 August, 2018

3D innovation has also reached the world of gastronomy. This […](Read More...)

Healthier products with less sugar on the Italian market

Posted on 23 July, 2018

The 2017 Bloomberg Global Health Index ranked Italy as the […](Read More...)

Trends in alcoholic beverages

Posted on 23 July, 2018

The recovery of the economy and an increasingly informed and demanding society are transforming the alcoholic beverages sector. In view of the fact that all the markets are evolving constantly, today we are going to look at this year’s trends in alcoholic beverages. The evolution of the alcoholic beverages sector The turn for the better in the economy can be appreciated in society in different ways. One of them is the growth of tourism that ...

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Food trends in summer 2018

Posted on 25 June, 2018

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Cheese and its distinctive flavours

Posted on 25 June, 2018

Cheese is one of those foods that doesn’t admit any middle ground: it is either adored or detested. This division of opinions is even more dramatic in the case of very mature cheeses and varieties with a stronger aroma and flavour. Furthermore, this food has some very unusual characteristics, which have very specific effects in the brain. Why is cheese such a special food? The five senses and cheese: aroma One of the reasons why cheese is ...

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8 trends in flavoured soft drinks that will surprise your senses

Posted on 25 May, 2018

More than 50% of consumers around the world prefer healthy, low-sugar soft drinks. Carbonated beverages are losing their market share in favour of other types of soft drinks such as non-alcoholic cocktails, smoothies and flavoured mineral water. 1.- Reviving soft drinks with more traditional flavours One of the most refreshing and healthy trends puts the spotlight on sparkling water. For the vast majority of consumers, a bubble-free soft drink ...

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Different ways of drinking milk and milkshakes around the world

Posted on 16 May, 2018

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Milk beer: an imminent reality?

Posted on 9 May, 2018

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The snack foods of the future will combine flavour and health

Posted on 24 April, 2018

It’s nothing new that consumers are increasingly looking for healthy foods that improve their quality of life. This is a trend that also applies to snack foods and appetisers consumed between meals. In fact, the dividing line between snack foods and what is considered proper food is becoming more and more unclear. Adults, who lead increasingly complicated lives, look for snack foods that fulfil the function of a full meal. And snack food ...

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