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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The notion that human beings eat with the eyes is nothing new. However, it is a one-sided affirmation. Actually we eat using all the senses. And all this is more than evident when we think about the sensory effect that pastries and biscuits exert on the consumer. The experts in sensory analysis are the people who study all this. Here we give you an overview.
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Coffee, hot chocolate, tea and other infusions are the hot drinks we usually think about when it comes to beating the cold. But the local customs of some not-so-far-away countries offer much more. With or without alcohol, there are hot drinks that will undoubtedly astound your senses. Hot drinks in Europe 1. Grog: the pirate drink Not all attempts to ban alcohol had the same disastrous consequences as Prohibition. Back in 1740 one of the ...