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Biorenewables Start-up Allylix Set to Introduce Lower Cost Flavors and Fragrances

12:34 AM MDT | June 25, 2010 | Alex Scott

Allylix (San Diego, CA) a start-up firm specializing in bio-based products for the flavors and fragrances industry says it plans to start selling commercial volumes of three products this year. The three products are valencene, a fragrance; nootkatone, a flavor; and a novel undisclosed fragrance ingredient. The company says it is also developing six sesquiterpene fragrances that are highly valued by perfumers but have limited use due to their high prices.   Nootkatone is a citrus flavor currently produced through the extraction of grapefruit peels. The...

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