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Permitted Emulsifiers

Also Known As : Permitted Preservatives, permitted additives


Usage Tips

  1. Permitted Emulsifiers are added to create a smooth texture of the food and prevent water-oil separation.
  2. They are used to increase the shelf life of food products as well.
  3. They are added to processed foods like mayonnaise, ice cream, puddings, sauces, salad dressings and baked goods.

Common names and forms

  1. Permitted Preservatives


Permitted Emulsifiers are the food additives permitted to be used as emulsifying agents to prevent water-oil separation in food processing. They are obtained from plant, animal and synthetic sources.

Selection Guide

Look for the "use-by" date on their package.


Consumption of permitted emulsifier can cause inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. It can also cause cardiovascular diseases, liver disease and also type 2 diabetes.(1)

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