Vanillin Fine white powder
Very fine white powder medium strength mouth-watering odour.
The ubiquitous vanillin is widely used in the food and beverage, perfume and cosmetics industries. It provides part or all of many discreet flavours and fragrances. It can be added to any recipe where a sweet, balsamy boost is preferred, and can be used as a substitute for vanilla planifolia.
Vanillin can be found in many naturally occurring compounds, including vanilla planifolia at concentrations of about 23000 ppm. However due to the cost of pure vanilla and vanilla- derived products it is necessary to look eslewhere in nature to find and extract the vanillin components.
origin is Europe / Asian
Appearance: white needle crystals
Odour: Characteristic, vanilla like
Solubility: 1g in 3ml 70% Ethanol or 2ml 95% ethanol, clear solution
Assay Min 99.6 %
Residue on Ignition/Sulphated Ash Max 0.05 %
Melting Point 81.0 - 83.0 °C
Loss on drying Max 0.5 %
Arsenic as As Max 0.0003 %
Heavy metals as Pb Max 0.001 %
E.coli & Salmonella Negative
Mesh size 60 - 80
Conforms to FCC 9
31 Oct 2016