The Japan Flavor and Fragrance Materials Association (via the Flavor and Extract Manufacturers Association) is reporting that 2-ethyl-5-methylpyrazine (coffee pyrazine, FEMA# 3154 and CAS# 13360-64-0) and isopentylamine (FEMA# 3219, CAS# 107-85-7) are now legally permitted for use in flavorings in Japan. The designation was determined by the country’s Ministry of Health Labor and Welfare.
Japan Permits Two New Flavor Ingredients
November 3, 2010
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