Bioflavoring and beer refermentation

  title={Bioflavoring and beer refermentation},
  author={B. Vanderhaegen and H. Neven and S. Coghe and K. Verstrepen and G. Derdelinckx and H. Verachtert},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  • B. Vanderhaegen, H. Neven, +3 authors H. Verachtert
  • Published 2003
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology
  • Various techniques are used to adjust the flavors of foods and beverages to new market demands. Although synthetic flavoring chemicals are still widely used, flavors produced by biological methods (bioflavors) are now more and more requested by consumers, increasingly concerned with health and environmental problems caused by synthetic chemicals. Bioflavors can be extracted from plants or produced with plant cell cultures, microorganisms or isolated enzymes. This Mini-Review paper gives an… CONTINUE READING
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