Natural Red Grape Flavor is extracted from natural grape ingredients, with a thick and round aroma structure that preserves the characteristic fragrance and taste of grapes.

The outstanding characteristic of Red Grape Flavor is its distinct aroma, which is typical of fresh grapes, and its ability to withstand high temperatures. It can be used in various products such as wine, candy, beverages, milk, and dried fruits.

Some products that use Red Grape Flavor in the market include Dalat wine, Phan Rang wine, Hoang Yen wine, Vfresh grape milk, Fristi grape milk, Hai Ha grape candy, and four-season grape candy.

The trend of using grape flavor in the world and in Vietnam has been increasing due to the popularity of grapes as a fruit that is sweet, juicy, and aromatic when ripe. Therefore, products made from grapes are essential in every household today.

When using Red Grape Flavor, it should be stored in a dry, cool, and well-ventilated place, away from direct sunlight, at room temperature of 25 degrees Celsius.

The advantages of Natural Red Grape Flavor at MQ International (MQ Flavors & Nature Extracts) are that it is one of the highest quality food flavorings available, with a natural and characteristic ripe grape flavor, and an ability to withstand high temperatures. The product is consulted by leading experts in food flavoring and has received certifications for quality and natural food flavoring, imported from top natural flavoring manufacturers worldwide, such as France, Belgium, the USA, South Korea, etc.

MQ International (MQ Flavors & Nature Extracts) is a leading research and development partner for food and beverage (F&B) products in the Vietnamese market.

MQ International imports premium natural food flavorings and natural extracts from European, American, South Korean, Singaporean, and Hong Kong markets.

If you are looking for a research and development partner for your products or premium food flavorings, consider MQ International.

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