Tricalcium phosphate (EU) is a mineral that is widely used across many industries, including food manufacturing. Based on Jill Frank’s original article, this slide show takes you through 14 ways that this important ingredient is used in foods, including as an emulsifier, a humectant and an acidity regulator, to name just a few.
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2 Responses to “Tricalcium Phosphate – 14 Functions in Food Manufacturing”
Thank you for giving me such an excellent article through which I learned about the functions of food manufacturing.
We have mined tricalcium phosphate through pyrolysis.kindly afford standards of this product for bone grafting.