acidulant


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acidulant

A food additive used to impart a sharp flavour. The most common acidulant is citric acid, which is produced from fermentation of molasses or other sugars by Aspergillus niger; others include malic acid and fumaric acid.
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The company admitted to have used fruit pulp reconstituted with water sucrose, acidulants and vitamin C and it was held that the claim of "100 % pure juice" cannot be justified as it lacks reasonable basis and misleads consumers into thinking that Fresher Juice is "100% pure" when it is like any other packaged juice or nectar with additives.
There was restricted growth of Bacillus strains associated with using either citric or hydrochloric acids as an acidulant.
Margarine-style edible table spreads are formulated as 5 to 80 percent water-in-oil emulsions with added milk solids, salt, preservatives such as sodium benzoate and potassium sorbate, and additional ingredients such as acidulants and colorants (Lund, Baird-Parker, & Gould, 2000).
Acidulant, buffer, chelating agent, discoloration inhibitor, emulsifier, nutrient.
China is one of the largest players in food acidulant business followed by U.
Citric acid is widely used in the food & beverage industry as an acidulant.
In this segment, lactic acid is mainly used as an acidulant, pH adjuster, and a preservative.
Food acidulant imparts a tart or sharp taste to the food product.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-21 Production from Biomass II-21 Lactic Acid Producing Microorganisms II-21 Major End Use Applications II-22 Cosmetic Products II-22 Biodegradable Plastics II-22 Building Block for Polylactide (PLA): A Key Biodegradable Polymer II-23 Food Additives - Applications Galore II-24 Fermentation Agent II-24 Food Preservative & Decontaminant II-24 Table 11: Concentration of Organic Acid at pH for Complete Growth Inhibition of Select Food-borne Bacteria II-24 Nutrition Fortifier II-25 Acidulant II-25 Flavor Enhancer II-25 Acidic Nature of Select Food-grade Organic Acids II-25 Other Applications II-26 Industrial Applications II-26 Pharmaceuticals II-26 Animal Health II-26 Home Care II-26 4.
lactic acid is mainly used as acidulant while the demand in instant meat industry continues to grow.
A preservation strategy that combines temperature and acidulants can be used to control the survival and growth of L.
com/research/ddnplz/global_food) has announced the addition of the "Global Food Acidulants Market-Growth, Trends And Forecast (2015-2020)" report to their offering.