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Gelatin

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 15, 2015 | Category: Food Additives

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What is Gelatin? This is a protein ingredient derived from collagen, natural protein found in the muscles, and soft tissue of animals. It is made by boiling the connective tissues, skins and bones of animals, mostly from pigs and cows. Gelatin have capacity to powerful clear gels and bendy which... more

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Types of Food Additives

By: | 1 Comment | On: July 11, 2015 | Category: Food Additives

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Food additives are chemicals added to sustenance to maintain fresh and enhance their colour, flavour and texture. They may include Firming Agents such as Aluminum Sulphate, Calcium Chloride and flavor enhancers such as monosodium glutamate. Food additives are used for more than one use. The outline records the sorts of... more

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Sorbic Acid (E 200)

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 9, 2015 | Category: Food Additives

Sorbic Acid

Description:  In 1859, a man named A.W von Hofmann found sorbic acid through refining of rowanberry oil and nowadays sorbic acid is manufactured synthetically and it has the chemical formula C6H8O2. Sorbic acid is a naturally occurring compound that’s become the maximum frequently used as a food preservative in the... more

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Acesulfame-K (E 950)

By: | 1 Comment | On: July 5, 2015 | Category: Food Additives

Acesulfame-K

Description: Acesulfame K developed in 1967 by Hoechst AG, acesulfame potassium also called acesulfame K and is a high-power, non-caloric sweetener. It is more 200 times sweeter than sucrose. Acesulfame K has a clean, rapidly discernible, sweet taste that does not wait or leave a trailing sensation. Acesulfame K is... more

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Acetic Acid (E 472 A)

By: | 0 Comments | On: July 5, 2015 | Category: Food Additives

Acetic Acid

Description: Acetic Acid produced synthetically from the transformation of liquor to acetaldehyde to acidic corrosive. It is the central part of vinegar which contains at the very least 4 g of acidic corrosive in 100 cm3 at 20°C. The sanction salts incorporate sodium acetic acid derivation, calcium acetic acid derivation,... more

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