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by Lebermuth, on Aug 01, 2019
Lucky for you, Lebermuth is here to help you understand the current situation,
why the change was needed, and how Lebermuth is uniquely positioned to help you remain compliant.
by Publication repost, on Jul 25, 2019
Editor: Fashion Snoops
"Trending powerhouse ingredients like CBD, Hemp, and Mushrooms continued to influence the specialty food market with new items promising to regulate stress and inflammation. "Read Story
by Lebermuth, on Jul 23, 2019
CONSUMERS WANT INNOVATION.
#1 EXOTIC FRUITS
Either individually or paired with other fruits, exotic fruits are making their way into the mainstream.
by Lebermuth, on Jul 09, 2019
WHAT ARE POWDER FLAVORS?Read Story
by Lebermuth, on May 06, 2019
When it comes to the science behind taste, there's more than meets the eye...well, taste buds. When you lick a sweet and fruity popsicle on a hot, sunny day, how your brain determines the flavor of that ice pop involves more than just the tongue. The mouth, nose and brain all work together to help you arrive at the conclusion that the popsicle is delicious and refreshing. Let's get into the specifics of the science behind taste.Read Story
by Lebermuth, on Jan 31, 2019
Living Coral is Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year (COY), embracing our preference for “lighthearted,” “effervescent,” and “warmth and nourishment.”Read Story
by Lebermuth, on Nov 22, 2017
As 2017 draws to a close, we turn our focus to 2018 and attempt to predict the ingredients and products that will generate buzz in the coming year.Read Story
by Lebermuth, on Apr 21, 2017
Peach. Pumpkin. Peppermint.
What do these flavors have in common? Other than being delicious additions to a warm cup of coffee or a refreshing glass of iced tea, these flavors tend to be seasonal. However, with the dynamic changes in customer demands and the results of new studies, these flavors may be sticking around all year.Read Story
by Lebermuth, on Mar 31, 2017
You might have missed the memo. Umami is a flavor recognized by our tastebuds. Scientists confirmed this fascinating piece of gustatory evidence seven years ago. But the taste associated with monosodium glutamate (MSG) has not been followed by a new flavor since.Read Story