Solvay launches new natural vanillin flavors for F&B industries
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Solvay launches new natural vanillin flavors for F&B industries

The Group is expanding its Rhovanil Natural offering with three additional flavors to meet growing consumer demand for natural and healthier products.

  • By ICN Bureau | September 28, 2022

Solvay expands the range of one of its flagship products, Rhovanil Natural CW, with three new natural flavor ingredients: Rhovanil Natural Delica, Alta and Sublima. With these new products, the Group will enable the Food and Beverage industries to cost effectively switch to natural and address growing consumer expectations for healthier, safer, tastier, and more natural products.

Rhovanil Natural Delica, Alta and Sublima are based on Rhovanil Natural CW, the market reference for natural vanillin needs which is produced by bioconversion of ferulic acid, a natural compound found in rice bran. This non-GMO natural vanillin flavor produced with a non-GMM strain ensures quality and value that combines taste performance and cost-in-use for Food and Beverage players around the world.

“Rhovanil Natural Delica, Alta and Sublima are cost-effective natural solutions providing the Food and Beverage market with easy access to EU Natural flavor labeling. This new offer is aligned with the current consumer trend toward natural and clean label ingredients.” said Jo Grosemans, head of Naturals, Solvay Aroma Performance.

“The flowability of these new grades is higher in formulations than that of pure vanillin, resulting in better dispersion and greater homogeneity in the food matrix such as chocolate, bakery and dairy products.” said Caroline Calin, Technical Marketing Naturals.  “These three new grades also reduce development time and are specially designed to facilitate the switch to natural vanillin.”

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