Vanillin Natural and Vanillin synthetic is used as flavoring. Vanillin Natural and Vanillin synthetic used in Food, Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Health & Personal care products, Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry. Synthetic vanillin is now used more often than natural vanilla extract as a flavoring agent in foods, beverages and pharmaceuticals. The application and use such as in ice cream, desserts, baked goods, and beverages.
Vanillin uses as follows:
The largest use of Vanillin is as a food flavoring. The use in desserts, sweet foods. Ice cream and chocolate industries takes about 75% of the market for vanillin. Vanillin other food uses such as cakes, chocolate, biscuits, and instant noodles.
Vanillin can be used in beverage as a flavor.
Vanillin is used in the preparation of pharmaceutical drugs for Parkinson’s disease, hypertension and many other drugs.
In Health & Personal care products
Vanillin is added to cosmetics to make it smell better and it is added to soap as well to make it smell better.
In Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry
Vanillin is used in feed industry as animal nutrition. Its characteristic vanilla taste, offering also desirable olfactive notes, acts like a key appetent for feed. It ensures traceability and supports the growth of poultry (chickens, turkeys), pigs, cattle, rabbits and fish.
In Other Industries
Vanillin can also be used for rubbers and plastics as well. The manufacturing process of tobaccouse need vanillin as a flavouring in cigarettes. Vanillin can be added to the tobacco, cigarette paper or filter. Vanillin masks the harshness of tobacco smoke, making smoking easier.