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How to Clean Your Flat-Screen TV
As the 2023 Major League Baseball season is in full swing, it’s important to ensure optimal visibility for all the action. However, televisions, like other electronic devices, tend to accumulate dust and develop imperfections like fingerprints. Fortunately, cleaning…
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E343 – Magnesium phosphates
What are E343 magnesium phosphates? Magnesium  phosphates E 343 (I, II) are food additives that act as acidity correctors, sequestering, stabilising (water retaining and thickening) and flavouring agents. They act as buffering, neutralising and organic antioxidants. What forms…
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E300 – Ascorbic acid (vitamin C)
What is E 300 additive? E 300, ascorbic acid is a food additive that belongs to the category of antioxidants. In the food industry, ascorbic acid is one of the most widely used nutritional additives as: antioxidant, preservative,…
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E171 – Titanium dioxide
What is E 171 additive? Food additive E 171 titanium dioxide is an inorganic, insoluble, white artificial colouring with very good stability to light, heat, oxidation and pH changes. Synonyms White pigment C16. The rough formula is: TiO…
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E100 – Curcumin
What is E 100 additive? The food additive E 100 – curcumin, belongs to the category of natural chalcone colours. E100(i)-curcumin or E100(ii)-turmeric can be found in foods. How is curcumin obtained? Curcumin is obtained by solvent extraction…
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E341 – Calcium phosphates
What is E 341? E 341 is a food additive with functions as an acidity regulator, emulsifier, sequestering agent, humectant and stabiliser (water retaining and thickening). It takes the following forms: E 341(i) – Monocalcium phosphate, E 341(ii)…
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E553 – Magnesium Silicate
What is E 553? Food additive E553 has an anti-caking role and can be used as a carrier for other additives. It comes in two forms: E553a and E553b. Which foods can E553 be added to? Food additive…
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