Frequently Asked Questions

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Ac’cent is a food flavor enhancer called glutamate. It is odorless with a slight salty or broth-like taste.

Ac’cent combines with the taste of food to bring out big flavor and make it pop.

Ac’cent works best on savory, not sweet, foods. Use it on all meats, poultry, fish, potatoes, rice, vegetables, soups, salads and casseroles.

Ac’cent has 60% less sodium than salt (salt contains 194 mg. sodium per 0.5 g.) and may be a terrific alternative to salt for people watching their sodium intake.

The best-used-by date is stamped in ink on the bottom of the container. Ac’cent is safe to consume after the best-used-by date, but we cannot guarantee the same high quality of the product after that point.

You can find Ac’cent in the seasonings section of most grocery stores.

Yes, Ac’cent is kosher.

Ac’cent produces a unique and subtle taste that is called “umami” in Japan, which is described as a savory, broth-like taste. Umami is considered the fifth basic taste in addition to salty, sweet, sour and bitter.