NASA Astronaut Chris Cassidy, serving as commander of the Expedition 63 mission aboard the International Space Station, took these photos of Hurricane Laura as it continued to strengthen in the Gulf of Mexico on August 25. Photo courtesy of NASA | License Photo
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NASA astronauts Chris Cassidy (L) and Bob Behnken work on U.S. spacesuits inside the ISS’s Quest airlock on June 20. The two are slated to conduct spacewalks on June 26 and July 1 to begin the replacement of batteries for one of the power channels on the orbiting laboratory. Photo courtesy of NASA | License Photo
Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif.and Bedford, Mass., Sept. 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Blue California, a vertically integrated technology company that designs and produces sustainable ingredient solutions for the food, beverage, and supplement industry, announced jointly, with biotech innovator Conagen, the patent filing for a new, nature-based bitter blocker technology to improve the taste of a wide range of consumer products.
Blue California is the commercial partner, rapidly scaling and securing global regulatory approvals for its new bitter blocking technology which will be marketed under the Sensegen® brand.
The Blue California Flavor and Fragrance Division will use the new technology to develop custom food and beverage solutions at its newly launched state-of-the-art Blue California Creative Center in southern California.
“The possibilities are unlimited and our inspired and talented team customize ingredient solutions to meet this unmet market need,” said Kathy Oglesby, head of flavors and fragrances at Blue California.
RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, CALIF. — Blue California is starting production on a novel flavor technology for reducing bitter notes.
The ingredient solutions company filed a patent for the nature-based bitter blocker jointly with Bedford, Mass.-based biotech company Conagen. Blue California will scale and secure global regulatory approvals for the new technology, which will be marketed under the Sensegen brand. The company’s Flavors and Fragrances division will use the bitter blocker technology to develop custom food and beverage solutions at its recently launched Blue California Creative Center in southern California.
“The possibilities are unlimited, and our inspired and talented team customize ingredient solutions to meet this unmet market need,” said Kathy Oglesby, head of flavor and fragrance at Blue California. “We are creating exciting new flavors for the next generation of great tasting, clean label solutions for traditionally bitter products.”
Bitter reduction and mitigation of off-notes are required to satisfy consumers’
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