glazing agent


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glazing agent

A substance added to foods, in particular baked products, to make their surface shiny.
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And Peppa Pig cup cakes are coated with the glazing agent Shellac - a resin secreted by the lac bug on trees in India and Thailand.
E902 Candelilla wax An anti-caking and glazing agent used in confectionery, chocolate-coated bakery wares, snacks, nuts, coffee beans, dietary food supplements, fresh citrus fruit, melons, apples, pears, peaches and pineapples.
Humectants -- Tracer gas -- Preservatives -- Stabilisers -- Sweeteners -- Thickeners -- Acids -- Acidity regulators -- Anti-caking agents -- Anti-foaming agents -- Bulking agents -- Flour treatment agents -- Glazing agents -- Antioxidants -- Food colouring -- Colouring retention agents -- Emulsifiers -- Flavours -- Flavour enhancers Our investigation shows business research and analysis with individual revenue forecasts and discussions.
Among the additives are sweeteners, food color and color retention agents, antifoaming agents, glazing agents, and probiotic foods and dietary supplements.
The surface brilliance of sugar-coated products is guaranteed with the application of the glazing agents QUICK GLANZ H, C, M , L and sealed with QUICK LAC.
Ulrick & Short, a Leeds based company, have recently developed cereal-based baking glazes in response to an increase in demand for egg and milk-free glazing agents.