Additives List

Potassium lactate: E326: Potassium malate: E351: Potassium metabisulphite: E224: Potassium nitrate: E252: Potassium nitrite: E249: Potassium phosphates (i) Monopotassium phosphate (ii) Dipotassium phosphate (iii) Tripotassium phosphate: E340: Potassium polyaspartate: E456: Potassium propionate: E283: Potassium sorbate: E202: Potassium sulphates

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Ingredients

Potassium Hydroxide (V): obtained commercially from the electrolysis of potassium chloride solution Potassium Lactate (B): the potassium salt of lactic acid Potassium Sorbate (V): sorbic acid potassium salt Manufactured by neutralisation of sorbic acid with potassium hydroxide Progesterone (B): hormone Propolis (A): bee glue

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[food additives] index of food additives

e325 sodium lactate e326 potassium lactate e327 calcium lactate e328 ammonium lactate e329 magnesium lactate e330 citric acid e331 citric acid e331a natriumwaterstofcitraat [Dutch] e331b dinatriumcitraat [Dutch] e331c trinatriumcitraat [Dutch] e332 citric acid e332a kaliumdiwaterstofcitraat [Dutch] e332b trikaliumcitraat [Dutch

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Food additives in Europe

E326 Potassium lactate: E327 Calcium lactate: E330 Citric acid: E331 Sodium citrates (i) Monosodium citr (ii) Disodium citr Of course no one will remember all these E numbers so when you look at the label on your Mars chocolate bar or on my adjacent Smarties you won't know what's in the bag

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E326 Potassium lactate

E326 Potassium lactate : Back to home page Back The potassium salt of lactic acid It is hygroscopic and used in such products as sponge cakes and Swiss rolls where its ability to absorb moisture helps to retain the moisture content and thereby extend shelf-life It

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Ingredients

Potassium Hydroxide (V): obtained commercially from the electrolysis of potassium chloride solution Potassium Lactate (B): the potassium salt of lactic acid Potassium Sorbate (V): sorbic acid potassium salt Manufactured by neutralisation of sorbic acid with potassium hydroxide Progesterone (B): hormone Propolis (A): bee glue

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E

This is not an authoritative list in either sense The SCD information comes from personal experience Breaking the Vicious Cycle and common sense Please do not take it as gospel if in doubt - don't eat it If you have any improvements or suggestions please email me More comprehensive information (from wikipedia) on e-numbers can be found here

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Illuminati: E numbers in Food

E numbers in Food !!! E-Number اسم الفئة Sodium Lactate Miscellaneous - Salts of Lactic Acid E326 Potassium Lactate Miscellaneous - Salts of Lactic Acid E327 Calcium Lactate Sodium Potassium and Calcium Salts of Fatty Acids Emulsifiers and Stabilisers

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Food additives in Europe

E326 Potassium lactate: E327 Calcium lactate: E330 Citric acid: E331 Sodium citrates (i) Monosodium citr (ii) Disodium citr Of course no one will remember all these E numbers so when you look at the label on your Mars chocolate bar or on my adjacent Smarties you won't know what's in the bag

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E number — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

E numbers are codes for substances that are permitted to be used as food additives for use within the European Union and EFTA The E stands for Europe Commonly found on food labels their safety assessment and approval are the responsibility of the European Food Safety Authority Having a single unified list for food additives was first agreed upon in 1962 with food colouring

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E number/WP

Şablon:This This article needs additional citations for verification Please help improve this article by adding reliable references Unsourced material may be challenged and removed (July 2009) /td /tr /table E numbers are number codes for food additives that have been assessed for use within the European Union (the E prefix stands for Europe) [1] They are commonly found on food labels

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E326 Potassium lactate Young children with lactose intolerance may show adverse reactions E327 Calcium lactate Young children with lactose intolerance may show adverse reactions E328 Ammonium lactate Young children with lactose intolerance may show adverse reactions E329 Magnesium lactate

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Additives/Preservatives

E-numbers are substances that are added to improve food properties Examples are dyes flavour enhancers and preservatives E numbers can be extracted from nature or artificially created in a factory If E-numbers are used in a product then the name of the substance or the E-number is on the label

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Food Additives and Ingredients Association

Acidulants allergy Antioxidants bacteria bread colours diet digestive health e-numbers emulsifiers EU exports FAIA Member fibre flavour flavourings flavours food additives food safety food scares fructose FSA health claims lecithin low fat member metabolism minerals natural nutrition omega-3 packaging pectin Preservatives proteins salt starch sugar sweet sweeteners vitamin C Vitamin D vitamin

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It is a chemical maze: Food Additive List

E326: Potassium lactate: Young children with lactose intolerance may show adverse reactions E327: Calcium lactate: Young children with lactose intolerance may show adverse reactions E328: Ammonium lactate: Young children with lactose intolerance may show adverse reactions E329: Magnesium lactate

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E number

An 'E' number is a food additive that has been approved for use in Europe Many people are under the mistaken belief that they are harmful they make you 'hyper' or other negative things although some people are allergic to them or against some philosophically something should not be dismissed merely as it contains them In Europe you will find that many ingredients lists are full of E

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E Numbers That Aren't Suitable for Vegetarians or Vegans

E Numbers That Aren't Suitable for Vegetarians or Vegans Hi all! I've found it really difficult to find sources that contain RELIABLE information on ALL e numbers added to food There's so many additives that could possibly be derived from animals but a lot of the information I've found is very conflicting

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E numbers

E numbers are also encountered on food labelling in other jurisdictions including the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf Australia New Zealand and Israel They are increasingly though still rarely found on North American packaging [8] especially in Canada on imported European products

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