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Phosphates in Food

Understanding Phosphates: Their Properties, Uses, and Importance

Introduction Phosphates are essential inorganic chemicals composed of phosphorus and oxygen, playing a crucial role in various sectors. In the food industry, phosphates are widely used as preservatives, helping to extend the shelf life of products by inhibiting microbial growth and maintaining moisture. They enhance the texture and stability of processed foods, making them crucial […]

Polydextrose Sugar

A Comprehensive Understanding of Polydextrose

Polydextrose is a synthetic polysaccharide used as a dietary fiber in food products. Developed in the 1960s, it enhances texture, reduces calories, and provides health benefits like improved digestion and blood sugar control. Importance and Applications of Polydextrose Polydextrose is a versatile dietary fiber with significant health benefits and diverse applications in the food industry,

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Are citric acid and citrate the same thing?

Citric Acid and Citrate – Exploring the Difference Introduction: The terms citric acid and citrate are often used to describe the same food ingredient, but in reality they have different meanings. While both terms refer to the naturally occurring compound found in citrus fruits, their use can be confusing for consumers. To help clear up


Is polydextrose sugar? What is the use of adding to food?

Sugar commonly used in food First, let’s take a look at the sugar used in food. According to the classification of sugars, there are monosaccharides, disaccharides and polysaccharides. Monosaccharides are sugars that can no longer be hydrolyzed and are absorbed directly into the bloodstream, such as glucose. Disaccharides are formed by glycosidic bonds of two

Difference Between Malic Acid and Citric Acid

Difference Between Malic Acid and Citric Acid

When it comes to acids in food and beverages, citric acid and malic acid are two of the most commonly used. Both are naturally occurring organic acids and are often used as flavor enhancers, pH adjusters, and preservatives. However, they differ in terms of their taste, properties, and uses. In this blog, we will explore

How to make sodium citrate from citric acid

How to make sodium citrate from citric acid

Sodium citrate can be made from citric acid by neutralizing the citric acid with sodium carbonate or sodium bicarbonate.  Here are the steps to make sodium citrate: Materials: Citric acid Sodium carbonate or sodium bicarbonate Distilled water Pot or container Measuring spoon Stirring rod pH meter or pH strips Steps: 1.Measure out the desired amount of citric acid and

xanthan gum

The role and dosage of xanthan gum on food

Application: Salad sauce Dosage: 0.1 -0.5% Function: Provide easy flow and good adhesion; Suspended spices   Application: bakery products Dosage: 0.05 – 0.30% Function: Binds moisture and improves texture   Application: Beverages Dosage: 0.05 – 0.20% Function: improve taste; Suspended fruit pulp   Application: Ready-to-eat food Dosage: 0.05 -0.2% Function: improve the main material,Viscosity that

How To Source Xanthan Gum For Your Business

How To Source Xanthan Gum For Your Business

Xanthan gum is an essential ingredient in many food and beverage products. It can be used to thicken, stabilize and emulsify foods, increase texture and extend shelf life. If you are considering using xanthan gum for your business and are not sure how to source or which brand to choose, this article can help you solve

Does Xanthan Gum Go Bad

Does Xanthan Gum Go Bad

Xanthan gum is a popular food additive used to thicken and stabilize food, as well as give it a creamy texture. It has many applications in the food industry, making it an incredibly versatile ingredient. However, like any other food ingredient, xanthan gum can go bad if stored incorrectly or exposed to extreme temperatures. Can

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