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Method for manufacturing a food product having a Provolone cheese flavour, and cheese flavour composition suitable for this method



Method for manufacturing a food product having a Provolone cheese flavour, and cheese flavour composition suitable for this method



Netherland Patent Application: (7 213 536)



A Provolone cheese flavour composition for use e.g. in processed cheese manufacture (as a substitute for the relatively expensive Provolone cheese) contains C2-C10 alkanoic acids preferably butanoic (35-70%), hexanoic (15-35%), octanoic (15-30%) and decanoic acid, the butanoic acid concn. in the final food product being preferably more than or equal to 1500 mg/kg.

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