Enhancing saltiness in emulsion based foods

  • Lad M
  • Hewson L
  • Wolf B
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The concept of enhancing saltiness perception in emulsions and a liquid food formulated with the emulsions (ambient vegetable soup) through increasing salt concentration in the continuous phase while retaining the fat content of the (aqueous continuous) product was evaluated. This was accomplished by increasing the droplet phase volume using duplex emulsion technology. Viscosity and droplet size distribution was measured. Saltiness evaluation was based on simple paired comparison testing (2-Alternate Forced Choice tests, BS ISO 5495:2007).




Lad, M., Hewson, L., & Wolf, B. (2012). Enhancing saltiness in emulsion based foods. Flavour, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/2044-7248-1-13

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