acidulant


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acidulant

[əˈsɪdjʊlənt] Nacidulante m
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Increasing acidulant and artificial flavorant demand in food & beverage industries is expected to drive the global malic acid market over the forecast period.
The market has also been segmented on the basis of its main function- acidulant, preservatives, antioxidant, and sequestrant.
com)-- Citric acid was widely used in the food & beverage industry as an acidulant.
She pointed out that most of the soft drinks use phosphoric acid as an acidulant.
Another highlight was Purac FIT Plus, Corbion Purac's multi-purpose acidulant for beverages.
Beverages: phosphoric acid in colas for acidulant, pyrophosphate in chocolate milk to suspend cocoa, pyrophosphate in buttermilk for protein dispersion, tricalcium phosphate in orange juice for fortification, tetrasodium phospahte in strawberry flavored milk to bind iron to pink color
The Commission had earlier issued a show cause notice to Al-Hilal industries for advertising its product Fresher Juice to be "100% pure" while the ingredients printed at the reverse side of the pack included added sucrose and acidulant.
Using lemon juice as acidulant has become increasingly important in recent years because of market trends toward using natural products that are free of additives.
monocytogenes has been reported to possess variable heat resistance depending on conditions of medium such as pH, acidulant, fatty acid composition, storage temperature and lysozyme content [15].
It is used as a food acidulant and also as an intermediate in the synthesis of certain polyester resins, quick-setting inks, furniture lacquers, paper sizing chemicals and aspartic acid.
Acidulant, buffer, chelating agent, color stabilizer, emulsifier, nutrient: Baked goods, breakfast cereal, cheese, cured meat, dehydrated potatoes, powdered food, soda.
The application of weak organic acids as an acidulant for pressure-processed foods may be advantageous in terms of their microbial destruction capabilities, when compared to strong inorganic acids.