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.
June 10, 2011
Fill out my online form.
Most Popular in Natural
- 143What Will Be the New Definition of 'Natural'?
- 112Organic Flavor Clarification
- 105Report: APAC Is Fastest Growing Food Additive Market
- 65Natural Raw Materials for Natural WONF Flavors
- 29Mint: Perspectives from Field to Formulation
- 28Evolva Introduces Zero-Cal. Sweetener
- 28Monk Fruit Juice Launched as Sugar Substitute
- 22Progress in Essential Oils: Lavender Oil
- 21Flavor Bites: 2-Acetyl Pyrazine
- 14Caproic Acid
- Market Overview: Vibrant India
4/30/2009, Sant Sanganeria, Ultra International Limited
- Progress in Essential Oils
3/5/2010, Brian M. Lawrence
- Raw Material Bulletin: CSA Roundtable
7/29/2010, Jeb Gleason-Allured
- Reformulating the Future
10/28/2010, Jeb Gleason-Allured
- Better Botanical Extracts Through Advanced Extraction Technology
11/15/2010, Armin Prahst, Teawolf