Monoglycerides and diglycerides are used in many different ways in many different food products. While fats and oils are usually called triglycerides because they contain three fatty acids, mono and diglycerides have have one and two fatty acids respectively. These important emulsifiers are found in a wide range of food products, like peanut butter, cake batter, white bread, mayonnaise, margarine, hot dogs and many more. Learn more about the key functions of mono and diglycerides in this presentation from food industry expert Jill Frank.
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