Industry Solutions

  • Alliums – A Foundation for Endless Opportunity

    When you think of an allium, what comes to mind? Near the top of the list may be onion or garlic. Scientists Shane McDonald, PhD and Kathryn Thamann discuss alliums as a foundation for foods and the endless opportunities that they present below. Crafting Taste with Onion and Garlic Onion and garlic provide the foundation […]

  • The Power of Extracts

    Much like a builder must choose the right materials to construct a safe and durable house, food manufacturers have to choose the right ingredients to create high quality, consistent products. One wrong choice can make even the most impressive concept fall flat. A key ingredient for many products are alliums. Alliums are particularly volatile, especially […]

  • Allium Extracts: Culinary Building Blocks

    When cooking at home, I typically use the alliums that I have on-hand when I am throwing a dish together. It’s amazing the dynamic flavor you can build when you have a half-used onion or clove of garlic laying around. Although, when I’m in the lab, it’s much different. I have access to over 130 […]

  • Encapsulated Hop Oils

    In working to continue the proud heritage of innovation in the field of advanced hop products, Kalsec, in partnership with Firmenich®, is debuting a new format in which hop oils can be delivered. Combining Kalsec’s expertise in hop oils along with Firmenich’s Durarome® encapsulation technology has led to the creation of Lupulock™ Encapsulated Hop Oils. […]

  • Oxidative Stability of Commodity Oils

    A primary quality concern for frying oil and oil-containing food products is oxidative stability. Unstable oils can rapidly oxidize and lead to undesirable aromas and flavors (cardboard, paint, and fishy notes). Increasing Shelf Life of Commodity Oils A stable oil leads to not only increased shelf-life of the oil itself, but also to the final […]

  • Kalsec 2020 Social Responsibility Report

    Kalsec is proud to announce our corporate 2020 social responsibility (CSR) report. 2020 was a revolutionary year for companies worldwide in terms of social justice, workplace safety, and sustainability. A global pandemic impacted businesses everywhere, and Kalsec was not an exception. While the Covid-19 pandemic altered several goals as we shifted focus, it also helped […]

  • Ensuring Supply Chain Quality with Pesticide Residue Analysis

    Often overlooked during the discussion on food integrity is the potential risk of pesticide contamination. While pesticides have an important role to play in protecting and increasing crop yields for an expanding world population, pesticide residue entering the food chain can pose a risk to human and animal health and must be monitored while limiting […]

  • The Making of a Culinary Artist

    Great chefs are both born and made. Kalsec’s culinary team draws on their backgrounds, preferences and unique experiences to craft flavors from the exciting and new to the comfortable and familiar. We want to share more about the people who craft Kalsec Taste and Sensory Solutions each and every day, beginning with Chef Anna Cheely. […]

  • Expanded Collaboration with Codexis, Inc.

    Kalsec expanded our research collaboration with Codexis, Inc., a leading enzyme engineering company enabling the promise of synthetic biology, by entering into an exclusive supply agreement for a novel enzyme to sustainably produce Kalsec’s newest generation of natural hop acid. Novel Natural Hop Acids Codexis’ latest novel performance enzyme product, developed in close collaboration with […]

  • Natural Colors and Coloring Foods

    What is the difference between natural colors and coloring foods? Why is one term used rather than the other? Both natural colors and coloring foods are used to give food appealing colors; both come from natural raw materials. Regional regulations vary, creating complex food labeling requirements around the globe. In the United States, the most […]