NATURALLY CITRUS!®:
NATURALNESS AND FRESHNESS FOR AN UNMISTAKABLE FLAVOR PROFILE

naturally citrus!® is a global brand and an innovative platform for pooling Symrise’s unique expertise in the wide-ranging field of citrus flavors.

With naturally citrus!®, Symrise has the most comprehensive selection of unmistakable citrus flavors at its disposal. The technologies used to create these flavors are innovative, optimized and efficient and result in flavors and products that are unique, fresh and stable.

Our proximity to the world’s largest citrus-growing region provides us with many advantages: The technical abilities of the Global Citrus Center in Sorocaba, Brazil, in combination with its direct access to the local region, regular investments into new technologies and shorter processing times ensure a seamless, sustainable and self-contained supply chain.

 

UNIQUELY YOURS
Symrise offers the largest variety of citrus flavors with individual and absolutely unique flavor profiles. They are created using optimized and proven technologies like MC, SymTrap® and spray drying. One key advantage for Symrise customers: With UNIQUELY YOURS, they can give their products a customized flavor profile with an extraordinarily authentic flavor and clearly set themselves apart from the competition.

FRESHLY MADE
Symrise leverages the advantages stemming from its proximity to the world’s most important citrus-growing region. Along with proximity to raw materials, the technologies used at the Citrus Center are further evidence of our commitment to the environment. With our investments in technology and production processes, we ensure the long-term sustainability of our value creation chain for citrus products.

PROVEN STABILITY
Stable products are essential for the beverage industry. Our innovative technologies make us the market leaders in encapsulation, distillation and extraction – while also allowing us to eliminate components from products that lead to expiration and/or oxidation processes.

More information: naturally.citrus(at)symrise.com

 

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