• A S Harrison & Co says the secret in creating great flavour is to capture the essence of the ingredient to allow for tailor made deliverables to a customer’s requirements.
    A S Harrison & Co says the secret in creating great flavour is to capture the essence of the ingredient to allow for tailor made deliverables to a customer’s requirements.
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With evolving market demands and ever-changing trends, ingredients company A S Harrison & Co has a range of cheese powder solutions.

The secret in creating great flavour is to capture the essence of the ingredient to allow for tailor made deliverables to a customer’s requirements.

A S Harrison & Co uses spray dryers to create complex cheese powders and unique blends. This helps food manufacturers and brands gain a competitive edge with a signature flavour through customised formulations.

The ingredient specialist works with agile and innovative partners to offer customers new concepts, individualised flavours and formulas that allow them to stay ahead of dynamic consumer demands.

Working with quality raw materials, A S Harrison & Co produces the cheeses in house to specific parameters and flavour profiles, giving full control over the desired finished cheese profile that is required.

The company’s strong R&D capabilities, modern concepts, ingredient technology and access to current data analysis trends is the foundation of its willingness to collaborate with customers as partners, helping to create the ideal flavour profile. 

 This article first appeared in the October edition of Food & Drink Business magazine. 

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