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Raw Material Bulletin
Sigma-Aldrich Flavors & Fragrances has introduced
halal and kosher, d-tridecalactone, ≥95%, FG (FEMA#
4685, CAS# 7370-92-5). At 5 ppm to 10 ppm, the
material exhibits a sweet creamy mouth-feel with taste
characteristics of dairy, vanilla ice cream and a slight
caramel, condensed milk-depth note. Its odor characteristics are subtle, creamy lactonic, dairy/fatty and
buttery with a stale milk and a creamy, cheesy lingering after note. This material can be used in a variety
of sweetened caramellic and dairy applications. It also
finds use in fruit flavor top notes such as pineapple and
Methyl thiobutyrate, natural, 98%, FG (FEMA#
3310, CAS# 2432-51-1) was also launched by this
company. From 5 ppm to 10 ppm, the taste—and
similarly, odor—characteristics are sulfurous, dairy
cheddar and moldy limburger cheeses, vegetative
tomato and potato with fermented nuances and overripe fruity berry notes. This ingredient can be used in
other dairy applications such as cheddar cheese, yogurt
and sour cream. It also brightens the top notes of
various fruit and berries, such as strawberry.
Firmenich now offers Wardia Bm 184212a, as a
rich and powdery
It is useful for every
perfume application with its rose
India 942492. It
has a clean profile
and herbal notes. The ingredient is highly concentrated
and cost-effective and fits flavorists’ requirements in
brown and savory notes.
Agan Aroma & Fine Chemicals Ltd. now offers
greenleaf (CAS#544-12-7), an ingredient with an
intense green and grassy odor. The material is cost-effective and delivers a compelling, natural-like green
Symrise offers a tropical sulfur ingredient passifloran
600300 (FEMA#3816, CAS# 136954-25-1). It can be
used in a broad range of tropical fruit flavors, par-
ticularly in passion fruit and grapefruit flavor. It not
only enhances tropical notes and sweetness, but it also
creates a juicier mouth-feel. Passifloran 600300 can
also be used in savory applications such as meat and
onion, while boosting typical sulfur notes and enhanc-
ing the body. It is a clear, colorless to pale yellow liquid
and can be utilized at 0.2 ppm in 5% sugar solution or
3 ppb to 8 ppm in food.
Bedoukian Research offers 9-decenoic acid (FEMA#
3660, CAS# 14436-32-9), for use in dairy flavors. This
ingredient is kosher
and halal certified.
in beer, butter and a
variety of cheeses, the material has a distinctive waxy,
milky character with a subtle orange peel note. At
lower levels, its odor can also be reminiscent of mild
fruity nuances, such as kiwi. When used in dairy-type
applications, 9-decenoic acid is particularly useful at
enhancing creamy notes in milk and milk chocolate. In
addition, it is useful in butter and for imparting waxy
notes found in cheese flavors.
Natural Advantage has introduced natural chiral
delta-decalactone, (FEMA# 2361, CAS# 705-86-2),
which occurs in apricots, blue cheese, butter, coconut,
mango and peaches. It
creates a sweet, creamy
flavor with buttery and
peach nuances. This
material is EU and
U.S. natural, kosher
and non-GMO. Chiral
delta-decalactone is used
in cream, milk, cheese
and fruit flavors such
as peach, raspberry and
strawberry and its use
levels consist of 0.5 ppm to 10 ppm as consumed.
The company now also offers EU and U.S.
natural, kosher and non-GMO, natural chiral delta-dodecalactone (FEMA# 2401, CAS# 713-95-1). Chiral
occurs naturally in
fruit, cheddar cheese,
milk, coconut and
cooked beef. It has
a fruity, peachy, creamy flavor with butter and nut
nuances. Chiral delta-dodecalactone is used in butter,
cheese, milk, peach, apricot, coconut and nut flavors
and its use levels are at 0.005 ppm to 10 ppm in consumer products.
a Wardia Bm 184212 is a registered trademark of Firmenich.
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Correction from the October 2017 issue: Darjeeling
Tea Treattarome and Matcha Tea Treattarome are
registered trademarks of Treatt. We regret the error.