Raw Material Bulletin
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Symrise offers Jacinthaflor, which features floral, white floral, jasmine, hyacinth
and animalic odor characteristics. It also
boosts floral top notes. Jacinthaflor floral-izes and adds unique facets to creations.
It remains stable in color and offers an
alternative to and complements indolic
and cresolic ingredients. Moreover, Jacinthaflor remains stable
in general. Recommended use levels of this high-impact aroma
molecule range between 0.01% and 1%.
Organica Aromatics Corp. features
damascenone total (FEMA# 3420,
CAS# 23696-85-7; synonyms: b-dama-scenone, fermentone, rose ketone- 4),
which is pale yellow to yellow in color.
Its odor profile is sweet, fruity, rose and
woody. This high-impact aroma ingredient imparts a powerful
rose, floral note.
The company also features Safranal
Ultra Pure (FEMA# 3389, CAS# 116-26-7;
synonym: dehydro b-cyclocitral), which is a
pale yellow to yellow colored liquid. It has a
fresh, warm, spicy and sweet odor.
Tomato thiazole (FEMA# 3134; natural 2-isobutylthiazole)
from Natural Advantage occurs in
tomatoes and cantaloupe. It is the
characterizing flavor component of
tomato; however, when used with
melonal at a 1/100 ratio, it re-creates
a ripe cantaloupe top note. This worldwide natural, kosher
ingredient is used at 0.002–0.2 ppm in beverages.
The company also offers propyl mercaptan (FEMA# 3521),
which occurs naturally in onions, beans, coffee, cooked beef
and durian. It has the taste and flavor
of fresh cut onions. Propyl mercaptan is
used in onion, vegetable, poultry, meat,
soup and savory flavors. Suggested use level is 0.01–2 ppm. This
ingredient is worldwide natural and kosher.
Gentian root extract (FEMA# 2506, CAS# 72968-42-4) from
Shank’s Extracts naturally occurs in gentian root and has a
strong earthy odor and bitter taste. Suggested applications are
in bakery, confectionery, beverage, baked goods, frozen dairy,
soft candy and gelatin.
Döhler offers coriander seed extract (FEMA# 2334, CAS#
84775-50-8), from the named food (FTNF) material that is
native to southern Europe and Asia. Today, it is mostly grown in
Peru, Egypt, Africa and North America. The extract is derived
from the Coriandrum sativum plant. Its taste and odor is warm,
nutty and spicy. Suggested applications are in food and beverage
and flavor creation. Its chemical structure contains linalool and
terpenes. The company also features thyme extract (FEMA#
3063, CAS# 84929-51-1), which is derived from Thymus vulgaris,
a plant mainly cultivated in Eastern and Southern Europe
and Northern Africa. This ingredient has a strongly aromatic,
flowery, minty taste and odor. Suggested applications are in food
and beverage and flavor creation. Its chemical structure contains: thymol, carvacrol, thymol methyl ether, cineol, cymene,
a-pinene and borneol.