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Leavening Agent INS-450(i)

Also Known As : Disodium diphosphate, Disodium dihydrogen diphosphate, Disodium dihydrogen pyrophosphate, Disodium pyrophosphate, Sodium acid pyrophosphate


Usage Tips

  1. Leavening Agent INS-450(i) is added to bread, cookies, muffin and cake dough to help it rise during baking.
  2. It is used to add color to hot dogs and in commercially packaged hash browns to prevent the potato from turning brown.

Common names and forms

  1. Acidity Regulator [Disodium Diphosphate; E450(i)]
  2. Acidity Regulator: Disodium Pyrophosphate E450i
  3. Emulsifier [450(i)]
  4. Emulsifiers (INS 450 (i))
  5. Raising Agent (450(i))
  6. Raising Agents (INS 450(i)


Leavening Agent INS-450(i) is a food additive very often used as a leavening agent (helps to make bread rise) for baking bread. It exists as an odorless white powder. It also adds color to food or prevents discoloration of food products. It is mainly used to ensure that the food item rises and gets an even texture. Leavening agent 450 is a perfect option to bake perfect cakes, cookies, muffins, and buns.


Leavening Agent INS-450(i) when consumed excessively may lead to loss of minerals from the body and bone loss.(1)

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