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Elk Grove Village, IL [September 18, 2012] – Edlong Dairy Flavors has added three new cheese flavors to its industry-leading lineup of concentrated dairy flavors and high-intensity dairy ingredients. They include a natural parmesan-type liquid, a romano cheese powder and a natural cheddar-type powder.
“We are continually developing new flavors that meet the needs of today’s food manufacturing industry,” says Parveen Werner, Director of Marketing. “These additions give food manufacturers and marketers exciting and creative ways to reach their product development goals.”
With its musty, fruity and aged notes, Natural Parmesan-Type Flavor #1412119 performs exceptionally in analog cheeses, snacks, salad dressings and sauces. Non-dairy, Kosher Pareve certified, non-GMO, whole foods and organic compliant, this liquid, oil soluble flavor is also part of Edlong® Palette Flavors, a new specialty category geared to the needs of research chefs.
Natural Romano-Type Flavor #1412030 features upfront savory and lipolytic notes and a buttery, fatty finish. Non-dairy, Kosher Pareve certified, non-GMO and whole foods compliant, this water dispersible powder is perfect for salad dressings, sauces, soups and analog cheese applications.
Yeasty and savory cheese notes abound in Natural Cheddar-Type Flavor #1412069. This water and oil dispersible powder is a star performer in sauces and bakery products, and is whole foods and organic compliant, certified Kosher Pareve and non-GMO.
Documentation and samples are available 24/7 at Edlong® DairyLink at www.edlong.com, Edlong’s unique online catalog of dairy flavors.
Edlong Dairy Flavors, headquartered in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, is a worldwide supplier with an exclusive focus on dairy flavors. Founded in 1914, the company develops and markets cheese, butter, milk & cream, cultured, sweet dairy and functional dairy flavors in a variety of forms and solubilities, backed by personal, responsive, reliable service. Edlong is a certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) through the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC). For more information, visit www.edlong.com.