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fla·vor

(flā'vŏr),
1. The quality (influenced mainly by odor) affecting the taste of a substance.
2. A therapeutically inert substance added to a prescription to give an agreeable taste to the mixture.
[M.E., fr. O. Fr., fr. L.L. flator, aroma, fr. flo, to blow]

flavor

(flā′vor)
1. The quality of a substance that affects the sense of taste. It may also stimulate the sense of smell.
2. A material added to a food or medicine to improve its taste.

fla·vor

(flā'vŏr)
The quality (influenced mainly by odor) affecting taste of a substance.
[M.E., fr. O. Fr., fr. L.L. flator, aroma, fr. flo, to blow]
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The ultra modern label design features large splashes of colour that depict the product's refreshing natural flavours.
Albertson's stores will feature Clearly Canadian sparkling water in four flavours along with Tre Limone at 89 locations throughout Arizona.
Any study of flavour must, of course, consider consumers and their perception, and the first section of the book deals with this issue and related ones such as the importance of flavour and its effects on food acceptability.
As the demand for natural food flavours increases and marketing claims on this become more strident, it is necessary to gain a better understanding of the subject in order to safeguard food quality and to avoid fraud.
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Orange Pineapple is a great new combination of fruit and citrus flavours and features a further evolution of our new packaging.
The new Lemonade flavour extension builds on the success of the Clearly Canadian line, which includes: Cherry, Strawberry-Melon, Blackberry, Raspberry Cream, Peach, Grape, Orange Pineapple and now new Lemonade.
In addition to the stylish new look for the Clearly Canadian brand, the Company also announces the introduction of new Clearly Canadian Lemonade, the newest flavour extension to the Clearly Canadian line-up.
The first part of Flavour in Food reviews the way flavour is detected and measured.
Chapter three reviews current practice in the sensory analysis of food flavour.
Measuring proximal stimuli involved in flavour perception: Factors influencing flavour perception; Aroma; Taste; Texture; Colour and appearance; Methods to study and quantify crossmodal interactions; Conclusion.
Contents are: Perspectives on the Effects of Interactions on Flavour Perception.