Natural Advantage introduced natural trimethylamine (FEMA# 3241, CAS# 75-50-3), which occurs naturally in beer and cocoa, but most importantly in fish, giving this material a fishy taste and odor. Recommended for use at levels of 0.001–0.1 ppm as consumed, it can be featured in seafood and pork flavors, as well as in fruit flavors at low levels to help offer a pulpy, flesh impression.
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