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Stabilizing and coagulating agent
Stabilizing and coagulating agents are food additives employed to enhance the stability and texture of a wide range of food products. They help maintain consistent texture, prevent separation of ingredients, and improve shelf life. Common examples include pectin, which is used in jams and jellies to thicken and stabilize, and calcium chloride, which is employed in cheese production for coagulation. These additives play a vital role in ensuring that many processed foods have the desired consistency and appearance.
Products of Stabilizing and coagulating agent
|CAS No.||Product Name||Molecular Formula
|41556-26-7||Ultraviolet Absorber UV 292||C30H56N2O4|