Creations from Cassia Oil


Cassia oil has been in tight supply this year, and with an upcoming harvest ranging from October-November, fresh oil will hit the market soon. Cassia oil plays a large role in the flavor and fragrance industry. As an essential oil, it offers the traditional warm, spicy cinnamon aroma. 

Cassia oil is also used to derive two major aroma chemicals, natural cinnamic aldehyde and natural benzaldehyde. Both of these products are commonly used as natural flavoring agents in applications such as baked goods, chewing gums, ice creams and soft drinks. 

As a leading supplier of flavor and fragrance ingredients, Prinova is able to offer cassia oil, natural cinnamic aldehyde and natural benzaldehyde. Fill out the contact us form to request a sample and discover the benefits of sourcing through Prinova. 

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