Natural & Eco F&F Innovations

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Isobionics, which was acquired by BASF’s Aroma Ingredients business in 2019, recently opened its new distillation plant at Brightlands Chemelot Campus in Geleen, Netherlands, which will produce fermentation-based materials, including ingredients set to launch in 2021.

Even smoke flavors are getting an eco-makeover thanks to biobased feedstocks and minimized waste.

Featured companies:

  • Afyren
  • Aminoverse
  • Azelis
  • BASF
  • Bedoukian
  • Firmenich
  • Givaudan
  • IFF
  • Isobionics
  • Mane
  • Natural Advantage
  • Nesso
  • P2 Science, Inc.
  • Solvay
  • SweeGen
  • Symrise
  • T. Hasegawa USA
  • Zymvol Biomodeling

Even the pandemic hasn’t been able to slow down the sustainability gains of the markets served by the flavor and fragrance industry. From brands to manufacturers to ingredient suppliers, a wide range of initiatives are taking natural and sustainable innovation to the next level.

More Sustainable Manufacturing

The industry is particularly active in the sustainable enhancement of supply chains and manufacturing that support the production of natural and sustainable ingredient technologies.

Upgrading Smoke Flavor Production

Recently, Azelis opened a new extraction and distillation facility in Denmark that runs solely on biobased feeds and “incorporates a sophisticated downstream system which handles and minimizes waste,” per the company. The site produces concentrated Scansmoke-branded smoke flavors that offer smoky undertones to spice blends and food applications and support the reduction of salt in recipes.

For the full article, please check out the Perfumer & Flavorist+ April 2021 issue.

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