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A Japanese term for the 5th flavour—the others being sweet, salty, sour, bitter—triggered by carboxylate anion of glutamic acid, an amino acid common in meat, cheese, broth, stock, and other protein-rich foods.
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The savoury choux range includes eclairs and profiterole style pastry in various sizes.
Shoppers who buy savoury noodles continue to be more mass market in their profile than rice buyers, while purchasers of plain noodles are generally more affluent than buyers of both savoury noodles and rice.
The savoury pastry fixture was "incredibly muddied" and the Savoury Scale would make choosing easier for shoppers, he said.
This shows that men are more price-focused and view savoury snacks as a quick fix in-between meals.
There is strong growth in savoury noodles and, despite it being a mature category, it is still attracting new buyers, with convenience still a key factor.
Our Sweet and Savoury Snacks in the US report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level.
However, while the savoury biscuits market is much smaller than that for sweet biscuits/cookies and levels of new product activity are generally much lower, the savoury sector has been showing a stronger growth rate in many countries.
Bertolli Savoury Nibbles plays on the strengths of both partners by promoting the natural qualities of Bertolli extra virgin olive oil and Burton's expertise in baking and producing under licence.
Discover how new flavours, various shapes and textures and healthy ingredients are driving the Asian and Western European market for savoury snacks.
Our Sweet and Savoury Snacks in France report offers a comprehensive guide to the size and shape of the market at a national level.