Treatt Goes Bananas

Banana Treattarome™ 9735 is the latest addition to the Treattarome range of natural FTNF (From The Named Food) distillates from flavor and fragrance ingredient expert Treatt USA. Wholly distilled from fresh bananas, Banana Treattarome 9735 brings an authentic, creamy taste and fruity aroma to a multitude of food, drink and cosmetic applications.

Created using carefully selected, locally ripened top-grade fruit and specialist distillation techniques for maximum flavor entrapment, Banana Treattarome 9735 imparts well-rounded flesh and ester notes, whether used alone or as part of a flavor palette. At 0.15%, an intense banana character predominates, while at levels of 0.05% or less, fresh, floral notes subtly complement other flavor components. Phenolics including eugenol and elimicin provide spicy and smoky nuances.

Banana Treattarome 9735 is water soluble with a clear appearance, so can be successfully incorporated into a wide range of sweet and savory products. These include clear and alcoholic drinks, juices, dairy products, such as yogurts, and dressings. It can also be used in skin creams.

For added versatility, Banana Treattarome 9735 is available all year round, eliminating the problems associated with seasonal fluctuations in supply. It also provides flavorists with a desirable 100% clean label declaration. This new ingredient complements Treatt’s diverse portfolio of Treattarome products which includes tropical, vegetable, tea, sugar, honey and malt flavors.

Treatt plc is a world-leading independent ingredients supplier to the flavor and fragrance industries. It manufactures and supplies a vast inventory of innovative products, including essential oils and their natural fractions, and aromatic chemicals.

For further information, please contact: Steve Shelton, Treatt USA Inc.,
4900 Lakeland Commerce Parkway, Lakeland, FL 33805, USA.
Tel: +1 863 668 9500 Fax: +1 863 668 3388
E-mail: [email protected] Or visit:

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