Savoriness

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For the taste, compared to sweet, sour, bitter and salty, see Umami.

Savoriness (also spelled savouriness) is a quality of food that deals with a rich, salty flavor, as contrasted with sweetness, which is a sugary flavor. Savory foods include potato chips, cheeseburgers, tacos, and pizza, while excluding foods like cinnamon rolls or lollipops.

Analyses of different food markets often break down the snack food market into sweet and savory snacks. In addition, countries where the word "cookie" or "muffin" is ambiguous might clarify using either the phrase "sweet muffin" or "savory muffin" (for example).

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