Acetylpyrazine from tobacco industry documents appears to be a food flavorant that has an odor consistent with crusty wheat and rye breads. The Encyclopedia of Food and Color Additives by George A. Burdock, Ph.D. describes acetylepyrazine as having a "flavor reminiscent of popcorn." It is found in guava, wheaten and other types of bread, roasted barley, cocoa, coffee, peanuts, popcorn, boiled beef.
Related tobacco industry documents
- Testing popcorn as a tobacco substitute or extender for cigarettes (RJR, 1975)
- Estimated drain on U.S. popcorn supply of using popcorn as a filler for cigarettes.
- Shredded popcorn-tobacco blends (data sheet, 1973, RJR collection.
- COMPARISON OF SMOKE BASES FROM 50% POPCORN AND CAMEL BLEND CONTROL CIGARETTES (RJR, 1973)
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