The accent is a flavor enhancer called glutamate. Since 1947, generations have trusted their favorite recipes to Accent. Accent has the remarkable ability to bring out and enhance the flavors of different foods. When you add Accent to meats, poultry, fish, salads, vegetables, sauces, casseroles, soups, and stews, you’ll find they taste more flavorful. The unique and subtle taste Accent produces called “Umami” in Japan and is described as a savory broth-like taste. Umami is the fifth basic taste in addition to salty, sweet, sour, and bitter.
Accent Flavor Enhancer wakes up in your food. Accent adds depth to food flavor. It’s been a secret ingredient of many chefs for years. Accent has 60% less sodium than salt and is a terrific alternative to salt for people watching their sodium intake.
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