As things open up following the global pandemic, consumers are keen to pursue unforgettable experiences – and adopt new definitions of indulgence.
For consumers who have spent the past 16 months largely at home, going out again has to be a really special occasion. A total and immersive experience with multi-sensory appeal will win back consumers. Expect the unusual, the extraordinary and even the extreme!
New takes on texture
Texture has been described as the unexplored dimension of the food industry. Our ingredients take you from smooth and creamy to crunchy and chewy…and every step along on the way. But the real key to capturing consumer’s hearts is unusual combinations of textures. Unleash your imagination!
For consumers confirmed to home during pandemic lockdowns, there was only one thing to do: find ways to create the moments of indulgence that sustain us all in their own kitchens. Replicating restaurant favourites became a family pastime. And the usual takeaway took on new meaning as top restaurants joined the race to deliver, food kits made high-end cuisine easy and the domestic kitchen became the centre of indulgence.
With more time at home to play around with recipes, explore their inner celebrity chef, and have fun getting experimental with whatever was in the store cupboard, consumers have taken to creating their own whacky, whimsical experiences – the crazier and more unexpected the better!
Combining the knowledge of our sensory experts with analytical flavour data we can decode the sensory profile of market products to give you the commercial edge
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We're passionate about making your product innovations a success, from concept to kitchen. Besides listening to your consumers, we scope the market for gaps, we develop, we taste, we test and we refine. Collaborate with us for a richer development process!
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