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Flavors

Lisp with object-oriented features by D. Weinreb and D.A. Moon <moon@cambridge.apple.com>, 1980.

["Object-Oriented Programming with Flavors", D.A. Moon, SIGPLAN Notices 21(11):1-8 (OOPSLA '86) (Nov 1986)].
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There is likewise an undergrowth of aromatic shrubs, creepers, and clambering vines, that render the forests almost impenetrable; together with berries of various kinds, such as gooseberries, strawberries, raspberries, both red and yellow, very large and finely flavored whortleberries, cranberries, serviceberries, blackberries, currants, sloes, and wild and choke cherries.
"And have they all tasted of a slightly bitter flavor, like that of dried orange-peel?"
I shall always be pointed at as the girl who flavored a cake with anodyne liniment.
The market segmentation based on application include (Personal Care, Food & Beverage), which have constantly steered the demand for Botanical Flavors.
consumers "love to discover new flavors," while the same proportion say that "going out for dinner inspires their home cooking," according to an Innova Market Insights consumer survey.
A quick scan of any retailer's shelves reveals how important flavors are to the modern spirits market--rows upon rows of vodkas, rums, whiskeys and brandies, made with every conceivable flavor and then some.
Smirnoff, a vodka brand known for pushing the flavor boundaries, finds some of their sweet or spicy flavors do better depending on the season.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 10 November 2017: Whether it is to give a natural ingredient its taste back after it lost it in processing or to give a product a fantasy taste, which consists of tens of ingredients, a CNN report revealed that all food and beverage products are ultimately flavored. Flavor houses are types of laboratories where chemists recreate flavors chemically, whether through natural or unnatural ingredients to create natural and artificial flavors.
Current trends that continue to rise in popularity include ethnic-inspired flavors -- in particular, those inspired by Indian and Cuban cuisine, notes Kelli Heinz, director of marketing and industry affairs for Bell Flavors and Fragrances Inc., Northbrook, Ill.
Each time I make a trip to the grocery store it seems as though there are several new products on the shelves offering a new flavor, or combination of flavors.
Flavors play a critical role in the development of unique, on-trend store brands that are competing with branded specialty foods