Fermented flavors find favor

04/11/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Tangy fermented foods and beverages such as kimchi and kombucha are gaining popularity with consumers of all ages, as older shoppers look for more assertive flavor profiles and millennials seek out exotic ingredients. "There's no question both consumer groups are voting this way," said Mark Schiller, president of Pinnacle Foods' Duncan Hines grocery division.

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