sorbic acid

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a white crystalline carboxylic acid used as a preservative

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8 g penicillin, 1200 mL water), (ii) 180 mL of mold inhibitor consisting of 150 g Nipagin[TM], 200 g sorbic acid, 1700 mL of 95% ethyl alcohol, and (iii) Prochloraz[TM] (fungicide) 0.
The grafting reaction was carried out in an ampoule, where the irradiated sample was placed inside the ampoule and immersed with sorbic acid solution of known concentration.
The company added the prices of Nutrinova potassium sorbate and Nutrinova sorbic acid will increase by 10% and the higher price increase affects all grades and all applications including, but not limited to, food, beverages, pharmaceuticals, pet and animal feed, cosmetics and personal care.
Preliminary studies on the effect of feeding sorbic acid upon the growth, reproduction and cellular metabolism of albino rats.
Benzoic acid, sorbic acid, propionic acid and their respective sodium, potassium and calcium salts are the most commonly used preservatives in foodstuffs.
Voting through the European Commission's proposals at the Standing Committee on Organic Farming, on 8 February, member states agreed on a strict list of practices that organic wine producers can employ, including a ban on the use of sorbic acid and desulfurication methods, used as a filter to treat conventional wines.
When antimicrobial agents such as benzoic acid, sorbic acid, propionic acid, lactic acid, nisin and lysozyme were incorporated into edible films, the films retarded the surface growth of bacteria, yeasts and molds on a wide range of products, including meats and cheeses.
26 April 2010 - Leading Chinese sorbic acid and potassium sorbate producer Sorbic International has started construction work on new production lines at its Mongolian plant located in Ulanqab city.
So, is the commercial preparation used by this company the lactose-diluted one that contains BHT, BHA, sorbic acid, and sodium benzoate--the same vitamin D preparation that is used by many other companies?
If so, this book supplies information about such ingredients as cellulose gum, sorbic acid, and polysorbate 60--bon appetit
The second volume includes chapters on meat products, microencapsulation, microwave technology, milk and milk products, mineral nutrients, monosodium glutamate (MSG), nutraceuticals, nuts, food packaging, sorbic acid, soybeans and other oilseeds, spices, starch, succinic acid and succinic anhydride, sugar, sugar alcohols, sweeteners, syrups, tea, vanillin, vinegar, vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamins, waxes, wheat and other cereal grains, wine, and yeast.
sorbic acid, potassium sorbate, sodium sorbate, propionate, calcium propionate) (Cheese and Related Cheese Products, 21 CFR [section] 133, 2006).