CAS registry numbers are unique numerical identifiers for chemical compounds, polymers, biological sequences, mixtures and alloys. Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), a division of the American Chemical Society, assigns these identifiers to every chemical or natural raw material that has been described in the literature.
CD (Compounds Declared):
Blend of several ingredients, each of having a N° CAS.
CHARABOT specialty obtained by co-distillation or co-extraction of a raw material on a "solvent" (generally MPG). Clarextracts are easier to handle, clearer and more stable.
Essential Oil (EO):
Pure and Natural product, obtained from a vegetable raw material, either by distillation with water or steam or from the epicarp of Citrus fruit by a mecanical process.
F.E.M.A registry numbers are given by the Flavoring Extract Manufacturer’s Association (F.E.M.A.) attesting that the ingredient can be used in food products in the U.S.A
CHARABOT specialities reconstituting the olfactive profile of the flower. Process may involve washing through waxes as to yield a more natural character.
The fractions are obtained through re-distillation of essential oils, to address regulatory olfactive or solubility concerns.
Generally Recognized As Safe. An indication that the material has not been banned from use in food products in the U.S.A.
Formerly known as “Colourless”, these are CHARABOT specialty obtained by treatment at High Temperature of the raw material.
Certification attesting that the product is acceptable for consumption by Jews according to traditional Jewish Law
CHARABOT specialty referring to reconstitutions with the olfactive profile of the corresponding raw material
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