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Could Firmenich be holding the "crystal balls" to foretell the future of flavor delivery? It would seem so, as this patent application for glass-encapsulated acetaldehyde describes.
This month's column features organoleptic discussions on honey absolute, fenugreek absolute 80%, γ-Nonalactone, strawberry furanone, verbenone and more.
This month's edition features organoleptic discussions on oregano oleoresin, chamomile extract organic #7016, marjoram oleoresin, cinnamyl benzoate and more.
This month's column features the latest ingredients, including methionyl butyrate, hop essence fraction, 2-ethylbutyric acid and more.
This month's column features organoleptic discussions on roasted barley extract 40%, parsley herb oleoresin, nootkatone EU natural, oakmoss absolute and more.
Prinova will be the exclusive distributor of Apiscent Labs' flavor and fragrance ingredients in the United States.
This month's column features organoleptic properties of clove leaf Madagascar, coffee concentrate, ethyl acrylate and more.
In 1946 the Scientific Committee began the compilation of a set of monographs embodying the EOA standards for essential oils, aromatic chemicals and isolates, and related flavor and perfume materials. Approximately 300 of these have now been completed. They have been prepared by the scientific representative of the member companies, based on the analyticaI data and experience of their laboratories. They are intended to define realistically standard good quality material currently avaiIable commercially, and should provide fair standards for the evaluation of these materials in commercial transactions.
A short symposium was held by the Essential Oil Association on the problems affecting manufacturers and their supplies of both natural and synthetic raw materials. Four reports were given on various aspects of this subject and are summarized below: