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    Natural Spices

    Peppermint Oil

    (8006-90-4)
    Peppermint oil has always been a popular flavoring agent and can be used in chewing gum, candy, ice cream and sauces. It can also be used in dental preparations and in the treatment of digestive disorders. Because of its cool feeling, it is used in tobacco products. Similarly, this peppermint oil can be used for non-alcoholic beverages, soft drinks and cookies (such as butter cookies).

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    Litsea cubeba oil

    (68855-99-2)
    my country~"s GB 2760-96 stipulates that it is allowed to use edible spices. It is also used as a raw material for solitary citral.

    Geranium oil

    (8000-46-2)
    Used as food spices, mainly used in tobacco, wine and other food flavors. The dosage is 210mg/kg in chewing gum; 8.1mg/kg in baked food; 5.2mg/kg in candy 6.9mg/kg; 5.2mg/kg in cold drink; 2.8mg/kg in cold drink; 1.6mg/kg in soft drink; 1.1~ in pudding 2.0mg/kg.

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    Natural spices refers to the original and unprocessed directly applied animal and plant fragrance parts; or the fragrance that is extracted or refined by physical methods without changing its original composition. Natural flavors include animal and plant natural flavors. Animal natural spices are the most commonly used, and commercial varieties include musk, civet, beaver and ambergris. Botanical natural flavors are a mixture of various chemical components extracted from plant flowers, fruits, leaves, skins, roots, stems, grasses, and seeds. "Natural Spices" on Echemi mainly supplies raw materials for Natural Spices.
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