November 20, 2018

Food and beverage colors affect taste perceptions and expectations, study finds

The researchers had participants taste the colored liquids over four different sessions, then gave the participants uncolored solutions and asked them to taste and choose a color for each.


→ read the fulll article

research



Previous post
Fizzy-water factory shows coexistence isn't a bubble in conflicted Israel Hosting a tour of its factories months after it was bought by PepsiCo, SodaStream highlights worker diversity in an apparent island of peace, as battles outside rage on.
Next post
Fruit-Infused Bottled Water Uses Minimalist Design Leading Australasian drinks company Frucor Suntory is responding to a consumer shift away from carbonated soft drinks by developing a new range of premium fruit-infused water.