Rising demand for natural aroma chemicals has been driven by several factors, all pushing in the same direction. The largest factor is simply the marketing value of the term “natural,” evoking—theoretically—a simple, rustic past that most of the developed world has moved away from.
Lest the title be considered a rather downbeat opening, it should be noted that its purpose is simply to ground natural aroma chemicals where they belong, i.e. in organic chemistry. (All life is made with chemicals, after all.)
Amongst the first organic chemicals to be purified and characterized were some of the most important natural aroma chemicals, beginning with menthol in 1771 (see T-1).
EU Natural gamma undecalactone is a flavoring ingredient.
EU Natural gamma nonalactone is a colorless to pale yellow clear oily liquid.
US Natural gamma undecalactone is a flavoring ingredient.
US Natural gamma dodecalactone has a fatty, peachy, somewhat musky odor and buttery, peach-like flavor.
US Natural gamma decalactone is present in a wide variety of foods and is an almost colorless liquid with an intensely fruity odor,reminiscent of peaches.
3-Methylthiopropanol's cas code is 505-10-2.