Production Characteristics of the Flavor Industry

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There are many fields of application for flavors, such as food, cigarettes, and household products, all of which require individual flavors, so the manufacturing of flavors is accordingly customized, artistic, and produced in small batches.

With the increasing standard of living, consumers' demand for food and daily necessities scent is increasing; at the same time, due to the increasingly fierce market competition in the consumer field, downstream enterprises need to continuously innovate and sell their products, adjusting the aroma and flavor to gain consumers' favor. Therefore, flavor manufacturers must continue to develop new formulations according to the different needs of downstream customers, and produce flavor products that meet market trends and the innovative needs of customers.

On the other hand, the downstream food, cigarette and daily chemical industries are already in industrialized production mode, but the quality of each batch of raw materials is not completely consistent, in order to ensure that the end products produced in line with their own brand flavor characteristics, it is necessary to constantly adjust the flavor formulations according to the different characteristics of raw materials. Therefore, the current flavor production is usually customized according to customer demand.

Flavorist artistic blending flavor

Blending flavor for short, is to blend several or even dozens of fragrance raw materials, through certain blending techniques configured into a certain fragrance, fragrance rhyme mixture. Perfumer blending is not only a science and technology, but also an art. Like music and painting, musicians use a series of notes to establish the theme, painters create the subject matter with hues, while perfumers create a pleasant aroma by blending certain fragrance base. The perfumer gives the fragrance formula the soul of the fragrance through artistic creation, so the level of the fragrance formula directly determines the level of the fragrance.

Multi-batch, small-lot production method of flavors

There is a strict limit to the amount of flavoring that can be used in a single end product, usually only 0.2%-2% of flavoring is contained in a flavored product. For example, 1kg of flavoring can be used to produce 200kg of candy or cookies, or 1,500 bottles of soft drinks, or 20,000 packs of cigarettes, or 67kg of toothpaste, or 100kg of soap. Therefore, downstream enterprises can only purchase a limited amount of flavor per batch, and because of the large number of downstream customers, in order to meet the different needs of various enterprises, flavor manufacturers can only organize their production in multiple batches and small lots.

The operation of an industry is never separate, it is inevitably closely linked with the upstream and downstream industries, thus producing its own industry characteristics. This is the case with the production of flavors, where the production tasks are trivial and divided, and the products are always about pushing the envelope, all of which keeps Jixin on the path of self-development and gives Jixin the opportunity and motivation to create corporate value. We enjoy the challenge, appreciate the industry and love every moment when a new product is perfected and launched.