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a reddish mineral consisting of hydrated cobalt arsenate in monoclinic crystalline form and used in coloring glass

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Cargill conducted a three-year clinical study with 4-6 year-olds to substantiate the high tolerance of Zerose erythritol in young children.
Truvia is made from a plant and erythritol is a sugar alcohol.
A new hydrating ingredient called Aqualance[TM] contains a specific molecular compound made up of homarine and erythritol.
Additionally, the company offers a full line of polyols including erythritol, sorbitol, polyglycitols, mannitol, maltitol and xylitol (www.
In the case of erythritol, it is the largest beverage and confectionery companies in the world.
This is highly beneficial for the formulation of unpleasant tasting actives into tablets, as Zerose erythritol is particularly useful not only for providing a sweet, cooling taste, but also for its taste-masking properties.
Tokyo, Japan, Sept 22, 2006 - (JCN) - Kao Corporation today announced its discovery of Erythritol, a sugar alcohol found in fruits, mushrooms, wine, soy sauce, sake, miso and fermented products, as a new potential purifier for oral care.
THE EUROPEAN Union (EU) Council of Ministers has approved seven new additives as safe to use in EU foodstuffs: erythritol, soybean hemicellulose, ethyl cellulose, hexylresorcinol, tertiary butyl hydroquinone (TBHQ), pullulan, and starch aluminium octenyl succinate.
Erythritol is commonly found in melon, grapes, mushrooms and soy.
Erythritol (n = 2) is accessible through the biofermentation of glucose and xylitol (n = 3) through acid digestion or pyrolysis of hemi-cellulose containing materials, e.
Erythritol, an artificial sweetener, will see increasing use due to its functional properties as a sweetener and additive in food and beverage applications.
Physiologic amounts of boron decreased the number of dams with fetal resorptions (FR) in the absence of erythritol (See Table 1), however, boron increased these numbers in the presence of erythritol (p <0.
Erythritol and lactitol have been approved in the United States.
The ingredient, erythritol, is a Health and Welfare Ministry-authorized noncalorie sweetener and is widely used in soft drinks and confectionery, company officials said.