Artificial flavoring is restricted to an ingredient which was manufactured by a process of synthesis or similar process.

The principal components of artificial flavors usually are esters, ketones, and aldehyde groups. These ingredients are declared in the ingredients statement as "Artificial Flavors" without naming the individual components.

Ref: 122136/2006-09-24

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