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February 09, 2005


Joseph R.Webster

We have found that specific fillers in corks have an adverse affect on flavor scalping. We have recently found that a product called Zeodex 110 from Zeodex International in Toronto Canada working with a company in Texas by the name of Phoenix Plastics supplies this material in whatever suitable carrier resins is needed. The additives in the plastic used are chosen based on past use for oganoleptic low odor formulations since many antioxidants used in plastics can lead to taste and odor !

Danielle C.

Please send me information on the price of the different corks. Also, does your company custom make the shape of a corks? Thank you.


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