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Treatt gets spicy with new Ginger Treattarome.

Treatt, the world-leading independent flavour ingredient supplier, has expanded its portfolio of FTNF (From the Named Food) clear distillates with the addition of Ginger Treattarome[TM] 9745. This latest introduction imparts the distinctive aroma of freshly grated ginger root but without the tingling heat associated with ginger oil.

Offering a strong, lemony aroma with rooty potato-like overtones, Ginger Treattarome 9745 is wholly distilled from Zingiber officinalis--an internationally recognised source of flavours and flavour oils. Treatt's propriety technology enables maximum flavour extraction from the raw material and results in an ingredient which is 100% natural. The product is also entirely water soluble providing added flexibility for flavourists.

This high impact water-white distillate livens up a multitude of beverage applications, including clear alcoholic and non-alcoholic options plus juices and juice drinks. Dosages can vary depending on the level of flavour intensity required. When used at 0.20%, Ginger Treattarome 9745 delivers a strong ginger character minus the overpowering ginger heat.

Ginger Treattarome 9745 is the latest addition to Treatt's innovative range of 100% natural FTNF distillates. Other products in the range include habenero, roasted bell pepper, cucumber and green tea varieties.

Contact Treatt on tel 01284 702500 or visit www.treatt.com
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Date:Sep 1, 2010
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