620 - 637 Flavour Enhancers

Food Additives with a "•" in front of its name shows that it is definitely or possibly Animal Derived.


620 L-Glutamic acid, flavour enhancer, amino acid present in many animal and vegetable proteins, derived commercially from bacteria. salt substitute 3, 48

621 Monosodium glutamate, flavour enhancer derived from the fermentation of molasses. Not permitted in infant foods. see MSG.

•622 Monopotassium L-glutamate, flavour enhancer, salt substitute

623 Calcium di-L-glutamate, flavour enhancer, salt substitute


624 Mono-ammonium L-glutamate, flavour enhancer, salt substitute

625 magnesium di-L-glutamate, flavour enhancer, salt substitute

•627 Di-sodium guanylate, flavour enhancer, isolated from sardines or yeast extract 48

•631 Di-sodium inosinate, flavour enhancer. may be prepared from meat or sardines 48

636 Maltol, flavour enhancer derived from the bark of larch trees, pine needles, chicory wood, oils and roasted malt. It may be produced synthetically. Used in artificial sweeteners.

637 Ethyl maltol, flavour enhancer derived from maltol. Used in flavours, essences, flavoured drinks.




Ethical Consumption for People, Animals and Planet

The Food Additives from A to Z and 100 to 1520 has been copied from the original site
written from
3 years research by Kim Stewart - BA Philosophy, BSc Honours
BA Environmental Management & Policy
and President of the Animal Liberation Queensland
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