Calcium Lactobionate is a synthetic additive used as a stabilizer. It can be found in pudding mixes as a firming additive.
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Carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) is a thickener, binder and stabilizer in a variety of foods. Cellulose is the carbohydrate that makes up the woody parts and cell walls of plants. CMC is a thickening agent made by reacting cellulose (wood… Read More
Epoxidized Soybean Oil is a synthetic stabilizer used in food products and coatings.
Guar gum is an ingredient used for thickening and stabilizing food and beverage products — made from guar beans. It is a free-flowing, off-white powder. Within food products, guar gum can be found in baked goods, dressings, jellies, and sauces in order… Read More
Sucrose esters are obtained by “esterifying”* sucrose with edible fatty acids from palm oil. This enables them to be used as emulsifiers in virtually all food products. Esterification* is a reaction of an alcohol with an acid to produce an ester… Read More
Propylene Glycol Alginate is a synthetic stabilizer and defoaming agent in food production. It is used as a thickener derived from seaweed. It is used mostly in salad dressings and cream products like ice creams and custards.
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is a synthetic additive, emulsifier, and detergent. As a surfactant, SLS breaks down products to better interact with the body. It is found most commonly in cosmetic and body cleaning products like toothpaste and shampoo.
Sodium Phosphate or Trisodium Phosphate is a synthetic emulsifier. It is used to thicken processed food products in their production. It is commonly found in cheese and baked goods.