The world of retail bakeries is undergoing a natural shift in taste and color. The use of natural colors and flavors is becoming mainstream. As a result, consumer expectations of natural colors and flavorings are that they are a "no-brainer" alternative to artificial substitutes.
Benzyl benzoate is a naturally occurring molecule found in some plants and is made up of benzyl alcohol and benzoic acid. In cosmetic products, it plays a number of roles depending on the product and it can act as a fragrance, a solvent, a plasticizer, a preservative, and a fixative.
Many of the health benefits of Cinnamon and its effect on metabolism is due to the presence of Cinnamaldehyde in it. It helps to fight against tooth decay and bad breath and so the herb of Cinnamon is used for enhancing oral health. The antifungal and antibacterial property of Cinnamaldehyde helps to reduce infections.
Benzaldehyde’s odor and taste are so unique and basic that it, in itself, forms an organoleptic class--benzaldehyde. The odor has a pleasant, sweet, aromatic note and the taste the same, with a slight, sweet, aromatic bite. We recall almonds, marzipan, peach pit meat (what youngster didn’t chew a peach pit nut?) and pistachio ice cream.
Pharmaceutical intermediates are compounds that form the basic building blocks of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs). Pharmaceutical intermediates are by-products of the API production process, and each reaction in the API production process produces a variety of different pharmaceutical intermediates.