These solvent- and water-based urethane adhesives and coatings are used for food, medical and industrial packaging applications, and some printing applications. Along with meeting many FDA requirements (depending on grade), other key benefits include strong bonds and laminations, fast cure capabilities, and the ability to bond to a variety of substrates.
These emulsifiers, made by reacting glycerine with fats, oils or fatty acids, stabilize emulsions, control fat crystal size and affect viscosity.
Made from the building blocks of protein, this low-calorie sweetener is approximately 200 times sweeter than sugar, which can provide food and drink manufacturers significant cost savings in formulations compared to sugar. It has excellent performance in blends with sugar and other sweeteners and flavors.
These pumpable vegetable oil blends are used to grease dough and sponge troughs. They increase efficiency by allowing easier removal of products from baking containers, improving appearance and consistency of finished products.
This distilled monoglyceride emulsifie increases crumb softness, increases shelf life and adds stability to formulations.
This emulsifier provides superior crumb softening properties.
This free fatty acid mixture high in conjugated linoleic acids (CLA) is made from natural safflower oil and has been clinicly proven to reduce body fat, increase lean muscle mass and reduce the side effects of a low-calorie diet.
This nature identical red/orange compound that is a precurser of Vitamin A occurs naturally in plants and fruits and acts as a potent antioxidant.
Found naturally occuring in red fruits and vegetables, this is a powerful antioxidant that does not contain Vitamin A.
These nutritionally unsaturated hydrocarbons are important for growth and development and also play a critical role in maintaining immune system and good vision.