Addarome Squid Powder


    Addarome Squid is a concentrated flavour formulation of flavours, flvour enhancers and attractants that has been developed specifically to attract shrimps, prawn and fish to feed.

    AppearanceBeige speckled free flowing powder
    ApplicationsSpecie: Fish
    Inclusion Level: Up to 1kg per tonne of finished feed
    Ingredients DeclarationMixed essential Oils, Hexanoic acid and other organic acids, mixed esters, amino acids and other attractants.
    Talin is a unique natural ingredient used exclusively in our suppliers sensory products. It is utilised as a flavour enhancer, sweetener synergist and masking agent to improve performance of flavour and sweetener products in animal feed applications.

    Flavour Classification: Nature Identical
    Directions of useAddarome Squid makes use of unique technology which utilises Talin as an electrostatic carrier for the relatively insoluble organic flavour compounds and amino acids that make up the flavour and attractant. Addarome Squid will ensure maximum uptake of feed, reduce pond fouling and mask medication and other less palatable raw materials which can reduce intake.


    ColourNo additional colouring added
    FlavourAddarome squid has a fish/squid flavour and aroma
    Bulk Density0.743gms/cm 3
    Volatile Matter9.17%
    AntioxidentsNone added
    StorageStore in a cool dry place out of direct sunlight. High temperature and humidity will degrade product
    Packaging25kg bags
    Shelf life1 Year

    Conforms to EU Regulation 1831/2003 - Flavouring Compound

    Direct Food Ingredients will ensure that any material supplied this specification will confirm to the above physical and chemical properties. However, we have no control over the use of the material and can accept no responsibility for problems caused by the customer's failure to ensure the material supplied is suitable for the intended use.

    This specification has been last modified on Mon 14 March 2011 (489)

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