Baking With Xanthan GumAlthough xanthan gum is included as an ingredient in many processed foods, people who use it at home in recipes and cooking are most likely to need it for gluten-free baking. In fact, it's nearly impossible to make good gluten-free bread and other baked goods without some sort
Despite its sinister sounding name, the word malic acid comes from the Latin word malum, which means apple. Malic acid was first isolated from apple juice in 1785, and it’s what gives some foods and drinks a tart taste. If you’re a fan of slightly acidic wine, malic acid probably played a huge role.
What Is Sodium Benzoate?Sodium benzoate is best known as a preservative used in processed foods and beverages to extend shelf life, though it has several other uses.It’s an odorless, crystalline powder made by combining benzoic acid and sodium hydroxide. Benzoic acid is a good preservative on its ow
Africa Food Manufacturing 2019 EgyptDate:07 - 09 April 2019Location:Egypt International Exhibition CentreBooth number:YD2
Hugestone Enterprise Co., Ltd. will attend FIC 2019 held in Shanghai. It is great honor to invite you to visit our booth. Below please kindly check our booth information:Food Ingredients China 2019( FIC 2019 )Date:March 18-20, 2019Location:Shanghai, China No. 333, Songze Ave. Shanghai, ChinaBooth
Calcium propionate is an organic salt formed by the reaction of calcium hydroxide with propionic acid (also known as propanoic acid). Its chemical formula is Ca(OOCCH2CH3)2. The compound occurs in either crystalline or powder form. It is soluble in water and only very slightly soluble in alcohol.Cal
What Is Xylitol?Xylitol is a naturally occurring sugar alcohol that’s used in gums, candies, toothpaste, and other items. It’s also sold in higher concentrations in oral health-related products, with a focus on preventing tooth decay.Xylitol is extracted from various fruits and vegetables, although
What exactly is stevia?Stevia, also called Stevia rebaudiana, is a plant that is a member of the chrysanthemum family, a subgroup of the Asteraceae family (ragweed family). There’s a big difference between the stevia you buy at the grocery store and the stevia you may grow at home.Stevia products fo