The vanillin ex-bean 95% 990103 from Firmenich boasts a purity at 95%. Extracted from the beans of Vanilla planifolia, the material is considered to be a “flavoring preparation,” but it can also be labeled FTNS (From the Named Source). It can be included in FTNF vanilla flavorings, particularly for ice cream, dairy products and alcoholic beverage applications.
Vanillin Ex-bean 95% 990103
January 20, 2012
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