Flavor refers to the sensory imprint of the food product or other substances and is basically recognized basically by the chemical senses of smell and taste. The substance which is used to provide flavor to food products is known as a flavorant, thus altering the basic features of the solute. It leads the solute to become tangy, sour, sweet, or of some other taste. Fragrance refers to the scent that is employed in a particular food product to give it a distinct feature. The growing food and beverages industry is likely to boost the growth of this particular industry as well in the coming years. QYResearchReports.com has a depository of several reports under the flavor and fragracne segment which covers regional as well as global picture bearing in mind the impact of several productive and destructive factors. It puts emphases on the growth prospects along with challenges faced by players and the progress of each segment under each report is also measured.