Primarily known as the main contributor for most grape-type flavors and fragrances, the ester Methyl Anthranilate, has a wide range of uses and applications in the F&F industry.  It is commercially available as a synthetic aroma chemical as well as natural.  On it’s own, this colorless to light tan liquid is a key contributor to grape, wine, strawberry, honey types, cocoa, black tea and pairs well with a range of floral and citruses included Bergamot, Orange, Jasmine and Neroli.  Other functions of Methyl Anthranilate include its use as a bird repellent as well as its role in producing common Schiff bases.