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Food additives in EU

Food additives are substances added intentionally to foodstuffs to perform certain technological functions, for example to colour, to sweetens or to preserve. They are defined in Community legislation as "any substance not normally consumed as a food in itself and not normally used as a characteristic ...

Food flavourings

Food flavourings are "substances used to give taste and/or smell to food. Community legislation defines different types of flavourings, such as natural, natural-identical or artificial flavouring substances, flavouring preparations of plant or animal origin, process flavourings which evolve flavour after heating and smoke flavourings" (read more: Directive 88/388/EEC; Directive 91/71/EEC)


MN Flavours offers you honest attitude, competitive prices and timely deliveries to you warehouse. Maintenance certain flavours on stock in order to ensure your production.


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Green Center, office 15, fl. 3
PO box 1324, Sofia, Bulgaria
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