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Calcium Chloride

A colourless, highly hygroscopic crystal, reacts strongly with water. Used in food applications, to obtain calcium salts, among other things.

Calcium Propionate

White powder. Its main use is that of preservative, as it is an effective inhibitor of most moulds and some bacteria.

Citric Acid

Colourless crystals or white crystalline powder, odourless and with a sour taste. It is used as an acidulant, flavouring and preservative in food and drinks.

Corn starch

Fine white granular powder, with a characteristic odour. Used in the food industry as a texture enhancer and an anti-caking agent in solids.

Sodium Benzoate

Salt of benzoic acid, white, crystalline and granulated. Water-soluble and slightly soluble in alcohol. The salt es antiseptic and it is generally used to preserve food.

Sodium Bicarbonate

Granular white solid, water-soluble. Used as an additive in bakery products and in the production of soda water, and as an acidity regulator.

Sodium Metabisulphite

Additive for the food industry, preservative, antioxidant, antimicrobial for fruit, vegetables, juices, fish and meat products.

Sodium Propionate

White powder, hygroscopic, with a characteristic odour, water-soluble, more active with an acid pH. Acts as a fungicide in the food industry.

Sorbic Acid

Sorbic acid is the only unsaturated organic acid that is normally permitted as a food preservative. It has a broad activity spectrum against catalase-positive microorganisms, which include yeasts, moulds and bacteria, and is therefore used to inhibit aerobic contaminants in fermented or acidified foods.