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How food companies reverse engineer flavours

How food companies reverse engineer flavours

(2:17) For most of human history, flavouring food meant adding spices, salt, sugar, and essential oils. In the 1870s, German scientists figured out the molecular structure of vanillin - the main aromatic compound in vanilla - and began producing and selling an imitation. Since then, fake flavours has revolutionised the food industry.

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