David Michael & Co. Partners with Rutgers University Food Innovation Center

Top Quote David Michael & Co. has partnered with Rutgers University for consumer research on gluten-free foods. End Quote
  • Philadelphia, PA-NJ (1888PressRelease) June 07, 2013 - David Michael & Co., a global provider of flavors, stabilizers and natural flavors, will be joining Rutgers University Food Innovation Center in a collaborative effort to collect fresh insights from consumers on the gluten-free category.

    David Michael's Sensory and Flavor Insights department will be utilizing the company's recently launched "Great Escape to Innovate", a fully-equipped RV that's currently touring the Northeastern region. The Great Escape will be visiting with clients, farmer's markets, restaurants, specialty shops and other interesting venues in search of consumer feedback regarding the gluten-free food category, along with other relevant, on-trend topics within the food and beverage arena.

    The Rutgers University Food Innovation Center is a unique incubation and economic development accelerator program, which provides business and technology expertise to startup and established food companies in the mid-Atlantic region, and utilizes its outreach capacity to reach food and agribusinesses throughout the world.

    Family-owned and operated since 1896, David Michael & Co. has been a leader and an innovator in the food flavor industry for more than one hundred years. In addition to complete product development assistance, David Michael offers a comprehensive line of over 40,000 flavors, stabilizers and natural colors, which can be custom-designed to meet the needs of virtually any food product. With its global headquarters in Philadelphia, PA, David Michael also has facilities in Northbrook, IL, San Bernardino, CA, and internationally in Lerma, Mexico (David Michael de Mexico SA de CV), Valence, France (David Michael Europe, S.A.S.) and Beijing, China (David Michael (Beijing) Flavor Co. Ltd.)

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