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Added Flavour (Artificial Flavouring Substances - Vanilla)

Vegetarian

Usage Tips

  1. Added Flavour (Artificial Flavouring Substances - Vanilla) can be used to flavour baked goods like cookies, cakes, brownies and cupcakes.
  2. It can also be used to flavour beverages, custards and ice creams.

Common names and forms

  1. Added Flavour (Artificial Vanilla)
  2. Added Vanilla Flavors
  3. Artificial Flavour (Vanilla)
  4. Artificial Flavouring Substances - Vanilla
  5. Artificial Identical Flavouring (Vanilla)
  6. Artificial Vanilla
  7. Flavourings (Vanilla)
  8. Permitted Artificial Flavour (Vanilla)
  9. Permitted Flavouring - Vanilla Flavour
  10. Permitted Flavours (Vanilla)

Description

Added Flavour (Artificial Flavouring Substances - Vanilla) is made from artificially-derived vanillin. It is obtained by chemical synthesis or chemical modification of natural vanilla pods which are not actually present in it.

Selection Guide

Check for the "Use by" date on the packaging of Added Flavour (Artificial Flavouring Substances - Vanilla).

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