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Usage Tips

  1. Vanillin can be used as a flavouring agent in sweet foods.
  2. It can be added to ice creams, chocolates, baked goods, and confections.

Common names and forms

  1. Artificial (Vanillin) Flavour
  2. Artificial Flavour (Vanillin)
  3. Artificial Flavouring Substance (Vanillin)
  4. Permitted Flavours (Vanillin)


Vanillin is an inorganic compound which is a phenolic aldehyde(a derivative of phenol, an aromatic compound). It is in the form of white crystalline solid, soluble in water. It is a primary component of the extract of the vanilla bean and has a sweet, balsamic, pleasant aroma. It is considered as a synthetic alternative for natural vanilla extract. It can be used as a flavoring agent in food and beverages.

Selection Guide

Check for the "use-by" date on the packaging of vanillin.

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