Natural Advantage introduces natural thialdine (trimethyldihydrodithiazine; FEMA# 4018, CAS# 638-17-5). Thialdine occurs naturally in cooked beef, and can be used in savory and meat flavors due to its aroma and flavor of roasted meat, popcorn or shrimp, dependent upon use levels. The recommended use level range is 0.5–2.5 ppm.
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