Not a clean label ingredient

Oxystearin

Oxystearin is a non-nutritive additive used in food and cosmetic products. It can be made from animal fats and vegetable oil, producing a tan, wax-like substance. It is present in the production of cosmetic products like soaps, candles, and other cosmetic products. In the food industry, it can be found as pill coatings and as an inhibitor in cottonseed and soybean cooking.

Sources
  • Kroger
  • Trader Joe's
  • Aldi (SimplyNature)
  • H-E-B Select Ingredients
  • Hy-Vee
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