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Phosphate food additive - Combination of Sodium Di-, Tri- and Polyphosphates

Packaging

  • 25 Kg or 50 Lbs. multi-walls PE lined paper bags on pallets.
  • 1000 Kg or 2205 Lbs. Big Bags.

Uses

  • Injection and tumbling brines and marinades for cured and uncured cooked meats, bacon, poultry.
  • Significantly increases yield and water holding capacity.
  • revents drip and moisture loss during meat processing.
  • Stabilizes color, taste and appearance.
  • Increases tenderness and flavor during shelf life.
  • Prevents microbial growth.

Product information

  • EEC classification: E 450, E451, E452.
  • Appearance: White free flowing granular powder.
  • Shelf life: 24 months in original package, under dry and cool storage conditions.
  • Maximum stack height: 2 pallets.

Recommended dosage

  • An optimum will be reached with 0.3 to 0.5% (300-500g/100 kg) M349, calculated in the end product.

Product Standards

Kosher and Halal product

 

M 349 complies with the requirements of the current US Food Chemicals Codex, EC Commission Directive, and FAO/WHO report.

   

 

All information is offered in good faith, without guarantee or obligation by the accuracy or sufficiency thereof, or the result obtained and is accepted at user’s risk. Nothing herein shall be construed as a recommendation for uses that infringe valid patents or as extending a license under valid patents.

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