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July 10th, 2006

Flavor firm uses nanotechnology for new ingredient solutions

Blue Pacific Flavors has entered into an exclusive partnership with nano processing firm MicroFluides, a move the company says will allow it to create new food solutions that combine the science of taste receptor technology and nano process engineered food ingredients. “Nano processing will save one of our beverage clients between 15 and 20 percent of their total manufacturing costs, while keeping the quality of their product equal to or better than their existing product,” said Postelwait.


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