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2014 Top Ten Flavor & Fragrance Trends

By Melissa Meisel, Associate Editor | January 7, 2014

Bell names the latest scent stories for the year.

Bell Flavors & Fragrances named its annual selections for top trends and flavors for 2014. The worldwide marketing teams have complied five trends with supporting flavors that will help developers understand consumer demands when launching products in the year to come. 
 
Bell’s worldwide marketing teams researched the top consumer macro trends, tracked sample requests throughout 2013, visited numerous restaurants and stores, and sourced external databases to learn about menu trends, product launches, and consumer preferences, to deliver the hot picks for 2014.
 
According to sources at Bell, a lot of the macro trends we saw in 2013 will be continuing into 2014.
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