calcium propionate


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cal′cium pro′pionate


n.
a white, water-soluble powder, CaC6H10O4, used in bakery products to inhibit the growth of fungi.
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Moreover, when compared to propionic acid and sodium propionate, calcium propionate was least effective as an inhibitor of mould growth [28].
5% of the weight, or in substitution, depending on the initial quantity of calcium propionate.
Zein film with or without nisin and calcium propionate coated on refrigerated ready-to-eat meat products can provide the additional safeguards needed to prevent the growth of L.
Another advantage of calcium propionate is that cows can use it to make glucose for energy.
Zein film with or without nisin and calcium propionate coated onto refrigerated ready-to-eat meat products can help prevent the growth of L.
Calcium propionate prevents the growth of mold on bread and rolls.
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