Amyl Cinnamic Aldehyde (ACA) is a yellow colored aroma chemical having a floral fragrance and is widely used in perfumes. The chemical name of Amyl Cinnamic Aldehyde is α- amyl cinnamic aldehyde and has a peculiar jasmine fragrance. Amyl cinnamic aldehyde is extensively used in the production of perfumes where it generates a jasmine-like floralness when more volatile chemicals of floral character are added to it. Amyl cinnamic aldehyde blends easily with these volatile chemicals and helps in fixing the fragrance of perfumes. Amyl cinnamic aldehyde finds use in end-user industries such as household care, personal care and food and beverages industries. In household care industry, amyl cinnamic aldehyde is mainly used in laundry care for fragrance application, in personal care industry, it is used as a fragrance in deodorants, shampoos and soaps while in food and beverages industry amyl cinnamic aldehyde is used as a flavoring agent. The growing household care, personal care and food and beverages industry across the globe is expected to drive the demand for amyl cinnamic aldehyde in the next few years.
There are two types of amyl cinnamic aldehyde, natural and synthetic. Food grade natural amyl cinnamic aldehyde has a floral, tropical, rosy and honey-like flavor and a fruity nuance. It is prominently used as a flavoring agent in various types of food items and beverages. Natural amyl cinnamic aldehyde is manufactured from natural oils and is mainly used in the food and beverages industry. Non-food grade natural and synthetic amyl cinnamic aldehydes are used in the household care and personal care industry. Household care applications typically include laundry care while the personal care applications comprise hair care and beauty care. Due to rising prices of natural oils, many of the manufacturers of amyl cinnamic aldehyde have started using synthetic sources instead of natural oils to provide economical and high quality application products to consumers. The acetal derivatives of amyl cinnamic aldehyde have shown remarkable fragrance characteristics. The lower aliphatic alcohols produce acetals derivatives with jasmine-like aroma while the higher aliphatic alcohols produce acetal derivatives with a cocoa-like fragrance. The synthetically produced amyl cinnamic aldehyde is widely used as an aroma chemical in commercial end-use products including deodorants, detergents, fabric softeners, shampoos, cleaners and soaps. Owing to the intense nature of the price-based competition in the global FMCG market, the manufacturers of amyl cinnamic aldehyde are expected to focus on developing more ways of producing the aroma chemical synthetically and economically.
As amyl cinnamic aldehyde is prominently used in FMCG industry, the rising population of consumers plays a vital role in the growth of the overall market. Moreover, as amyl cinnamic aldehyde is predominantly used in the personal care items, the rising disposable income of the population creates a significant impact on the dynamics of the global market. The increase in the number of consumers in Asian countries such as India, China, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam and Latin American and African nations is anticipated to drive the demand for personal care and household care items in the next few years. Furthermore, the U.S. and European markets are recovering from the slowdown and are predicted to generate a significant demand for personal care items in the future. The rising demand for personal care products across the globe, especially in Asia Pacific region, is expected to drive the global amyl cinnamic aldehyde market in the near future.
Some of the major companies operating in the amyl cinnamic aldehyde (ACA) market are Emerald Performance Materials and Kao Global Chemicals.
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