The Following Baking Industry Ingredients may not be clean label

Trans Fatty Acids

Trans Fatty Acids are saturated fats produced from vegetable and animal oils. They are hydrogenated oils that are semi-solid at room temperature with low melting points. They have extended shelf-lives and are used in processed foods as stabilizers. Animal… Read More

Xanthan Gum

Yes, xanthan gum is considered “clean label”.   Xanthan gum is a naturally extracted thickening agent and stabilizer, produced by the fermentation of sugar. It can be found in dressings, sauces, ice creams, and health-related products, like toothpaste. It… Read More