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Used in salts, it is a yellow crystalline solid that is soluble in water and insoluble in alcohol.

Reports: Halal ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 3)

Classes: Anticaking agent

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It is the ammonium salt of malic acid.

Reports: Causes allergic reaction ( x 1)

Classes: Acidity regulator

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Potassium alginate is the potassium salt of alginic acid.

Reports: Halal ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 2)

Classes: Bulking agent, Carrier, Emulsifier, Foaming agent, Gelling agent, Glazing agent, Humectant, Sequestrant, Stabiliser, Thickener

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It is also used frequently in almost all "sugar free" chewing gum.

Reports: Aggravates food intolerances ( x 4), Halal ( x 1), Semi-synthetic substance ( x 1) and Genetically engineered ( x 1)

Classes: Humectant

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White to yellowish brown filamentous, grainy, granular or powdered forms

Reports: Halal ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 2)

Classes: Bulking agent, Carrier, Emulsifier, Foaming agent, Gelling agent, Glazing agent, Humectant, Sequestrant, Stabiliser, Thickener

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Thiabendazole is also used as a food additive, a preservative with E number E233 (INS number 233).

Reports: Synthetic substance ( x 1), Banned in some countries ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 2)

Classes: Preservative

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Ethoxyquin is also commonly used in spices to prevent color loss due to oxidation of the natural carotenoid pigments.

Reports: Aggravates food intolerances ( x 1), Halal ( x 1) and Causes allergic reaction ( x 1)

Classes: Antioxidant

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It is the calcium salt of malic acid.

Reports: Halal ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 1)

Classes: Acidity regulator

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Reports: Derived from plant products ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 1)

Classes: Antioxidant

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It is the ammonium salt of lactic acid.

Reports: Aggravates food intolerances ( x 1)

Classes: Acidity regulator, Flour treatment agent

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Calcium alginate is a water-insoluble, gelatinous, cream coloured substance that can be created through the addition of aqueous calcium chloride to aqueous sodium alginate.

Reports: Halal ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 2)

Classes: Antifoaming agent, Bulking agent, Carrier, Foaming agent, Gelling agent, Glazing agent, Humectant, Sequestrant, Stabiliser, Thickener

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It is the sodium salt of malic acid. As a food additive, it has the E number E350.

Reports: Halal ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 2)

Classes: Acidity regulator

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Colourless, transparent, liquid. Odourless, or with a slight, characteristic odour.

Reports: Aggravates food intolerances ( x 1) and Halal ( x 1)

Classes: Acidity regulator, Bulking agent, Humectant

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Reports: Halal ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 2)

Classes: Acidity regulator, Stabiliser

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White or nearly white crystalline powder or granules.

Reports: Causes allergic reaction ( x 1) and Synthetic substance ( x 4)

Classes: Acidity regulator

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Used in the production of wine in order to reduce a surplus of acid by making a colloidal complex with Tartaric Acid.

Reports: Halal ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 1)

Classes: Acidity regulator

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Typically white to tan amorphous powders or liquids that may be dispersed in food grade diluents and may contain stabilisers; soluble in water and practically insoluble in ethanol and ether.

Reports: Derived from animal products ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 1)

Classes: Stabiliser

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It is the potassium salt of fumaric acid.

Reports: Recommended for consumption by children ( x 1)

Classes: Acidity regulator

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White or creamy-white, crystalline odourless solid

Reports: Aggravates food intolerances ( x 4), Linked to cancer ( x 1), Derived from plant products ( x 2), Causes allergic reaction ( x 1) and Halal ( x 1)

Classes: Antioxidant

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Anhydrous: White, odourless, granular, hygroscopic powder Trihydrate: Colourless, transparent crystals or a granular crystalline powder, odourless or with a faint, acetic odour. Effloresces in warm, dry air.

Reports: Halal ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 1)

Classes: Preservative

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It is used as acidity regulator or acidifier for use in, for example, canned vegetables, soups, sauces, fruit products and soft drinks. It also acts as an antioxidant and as a food ...

Reports: Halal ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 1)

Classes: Acidity regulator

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It is a calcium salt of fumaric acid.

Reports: Recommended for consumption by children ( x 1)

Classes: Acidity regulator

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Light orange powder or granules.

Reports: Aggravates food intolerances ( x 3), Linked to cancer ( x 1), Banned in some countries ( x 1), Recommended for consumption by children ( x 2) and Causes allergic reaction ( x 1)

Classes: Colour

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White or slightly yellowish powder or brittle solid with a characteristic odour.

Reports: Halal ( x 1), Recommended for consumption by children ( x 2) and Causes allergic reaction ( x 1)

Classes: Emulsifier, Stabiliser

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Sodium orthophenyl phenol is a compound used as a disinfectant

Reports: Synthetic substance ( x 1), Banned in some countries ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 3)

Classes: Preservative

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Small, white or slightly yellow, deliquescent granules or rods.

Reports: Aggravates food intolerances ( x 3), Linked to cancer ( x 1), Causes allergic reaction ( x 3) and Synthetic substance ( x 1)

Classes: Preservative

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As a food additive, hypromellose is an emulsifier, thickening and suspending agent, and an alternative to animal gelatin.

Reports: Halal ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 1)

Classes: Bulking agent, Emulsifier, Glazing agent, Stabiliser, Thickener

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White crystalline solid, usually in the form of scales or needles, having not more than a faint characteristic odour.

Reports: Aggravates food intolerances ( x 3), Recommended for consumption by children ( x 2), Causes allergic reaction ( x 1) and Synthetic substance ( x 1)

Classes: Preservative

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White to creamy-white crystalline odourless solid.

Reports: Aggravates food intolerances ( x 2), Causes allergic reaction ( x 2), Derived from plant products ( x 1), Halal ( x 1) and Synthetic substance ( x 1)

Classes: Antioxidant

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Bentonite is an absorbent aluminium phyllosilicate, essentially impure clay consisting mostly of montmorillonite.

Reports: Biotechnology used in production ( x 1), Halal ( x 1) and Recommended for consumption by children ( x 1)

Classes: Anticaking agent

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