Views: 21 Author: LANDMARK Publish Time: 2020-07-22 Origin: Site
The company, Wuhan LANDMARK Industrial Co., Ltd., is a comprehensive high-tech enterprise integrating research, production and sales. We strive to always be ahead in chemical innovations, having established partnerships with manufacturers and distributors across the globe, in order to best serve our customers in the feed additive industry. Here, we are excited to feature cinnamaldehyde among our supply.
Cinnamaldehyde, also known as cinnamic aldehyde or trans-cinnamaldehyde, has a CAS number 104-55-2 and is an oily yellow liquid at room temperature with a cinnamon odor and sweet taste. Cinnamaldehyde is mainly obtained from the steam distillation of the oil of cinnamon bark and it also can be made synthetically.
Cinnamaldehyde is a common ingredient in perfume for household products. It is used as a flavoring agent in toothpaste, sweets, ice cream, soft drinks, chewing gums, and cakes. In organic synthesis, it is used to synthesize cinnamic acid. It can also be used as bactericide and acidizing corrosion inhibitor in oil exploitation.
In feed additive industry, cinnamaldehyde has been used in animal feed to stimulate feed intake and digestion, improve body weight gain and offer healthy performance benefits. Cinnamaldehyde has antiseptic, antibacterial and antiviral effects, and it can inhibit fungi such as Aspergillus flavus, Aspergillus niger. Cinnamaldehyde is recognized as a safe and nontoxic substance by FDA (21 CFR 182.60). FEMA indicates that cinnamaldehyde is a safe and nontoxic food flavor component (FEMA,1965). JECFA states that cinnamaldehyde is safe as a food additive (JECFA No.656).
The impact of COVID-19 pandemic can be felt across the chemical industry. In light of the current crisis, Wuhan Landmark, which is the professional manufacturer of cinnamaldehyde, has made every effort to overcome the difficulties to secure the supply.
Humanity will win the fight against Covid-19. As the demand for flavors & fragrances, feed, organic synthesis, and agriculture, is increasing, the consumption of raw materials (cinnamaldehyde) is also increasing.
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