Orange Carbonyls

Zviely, Michael
March 2011
Perfumer & Flavorist;Mar2011, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p52
The article provides information on the application and chemistry of orange carbonyls as fruit flavors for beverages and foods. It states that the product can be dissolved in the final process, where it is used as flavorings for orange soft drinks, orange juice concentrates, and canned drinks. Also, several charts are presented depicting the organoleptic characteristics and ingredients of orange carbonyl products in mixtures including alcohols, hydrocarbons, and sesquiterpenes.


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