Bleached flour is flour that has been refined /processed with a whitening agent. The germ and bran are removed from “refined flour” and is typically referred to as “white flour”. Bleaching is commonly achieved by means of artificially… Read More
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Bromated flour is used as a “bread improver” and maturing agent. Used in baked goods and allows for higher rising, stronger dough . Added to flour: Calcium Bromate, Potassium Bromate, Sodium Bromate. Note: Categorized as “possibly carcinogenic to humans”… Read More
Calcium bromate is a “bread improver” and maturing agent with the chemical structure ofCa(BrO3)2. It is commonly used in baked goods and allows for stronger dough and higher rising.
Calcium Iodate is a non-nutritive additive used in dough production. It is a white, odorless powder with a chemical formula of Ca(IO3)2. It can be found in breads, table salt, and also within disinfectant products.
Calcium Lactobionate is a synthetic additive used as a stabilizer. It can be found in pudding mixes as a firming additive.
Calcium peroxide is a solid peroxide with a white or yellowish color and chemical formula of CaO2. It is commonly used as a flour treatment agent.
Calcium propionate is a calcium salt of propanoic acid. It is generally used as a preservative and mold and fungus inhibitor.
Carmine is a pigment of a bright-red color obtained from the aluminium salt of carminic acid. It is also a general term for a particularly deep-red color. The pigment is produced from some scale insects such as the… Read More
Carnauba Wax is a non-nutritive additive that creates a glossy finish on food products. It is synthesized from the Brazil wax Palm Tree and has a yellow, hard finish. It can be found within baked goods and glazed… Read More