Natural Advantage introduced propyl mercaptan (FEMA# 3521, CAS# 107-03-9) to offer the taste of freshly cut onion in applications such as onion, vegetable, poultry, meat, soup and other savory flavors. It occurs naturally in onions, beans, coffee, cooked beef and durian and is recommended for use at 0.01–2 ppm.
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