These “grill” flavors are versatile enough to be used in any number of manufacturing processes such as batter/breading, vacuum-tumbling, injection, baking, retort and freezing, and add a noticeable dimension to the taste of processed meats, entrees, marinades, side dishes, soups, gravies, dressings, desserts and baked goods. Grill Flavors[r], from Kraft Food Ingredients Corp., will be a booth centerpiece at this year's Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) Annual Meeting in Las Vegas. Some flavors are: Mesquite Grill Flavor[r], Hickory Grill Flavor[r], Lemon Grill Flavor[r], CharGrill Flavor[r] and International Grill Flavor[r]. They add cooked flavor characteristics without adding additional carbohydrates and fats to meat and poultry applications. The woodfired line offers 10 ingredients including Woodfired Raspberry Flavor, Woodfired Applewood Grill Flavor[r] and Woodfired Mesquite Grill Flavor[r], in both liquid and dry forms. Kraft Food Ingredients Corp., Andrew Bosch, 901-381-6631,