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Permitted Emulsifying Salt (E452)

Also Known As : Polyphosphates

Vegetarian

Taste Profile

It has salty taste.

Usage Tips

  1. Permitted Emulsifying Salt (E452) can be used in meat and fish products to improve binding properties.
  2. It can also be used to reduce moisture loss in food and prevents it from drying.

Common names and forms

  1. Emulsifier (452(i))
  2. Emulsifier (452)
  3. Emulsifier (E452)
  4. Emulsifier (INS 452(i))
  5. Emulsifier (INS 452)
  6. Emulsifying Agent E452(i)
  7. Emulsifying Salt (E452)
  8. Emusifying Agent E452
  9. Phosphates (E452)
  10. Sequestering Agent (INS 452 (i))
  11. Sequestrant (452(i))
  12. Sodium Polyphosphate (E452(i))
  13. Sodium Tri Poly Phosphate (INS 452)
  14. Stabilisers (452(i))
  15. Stabilizer (E452)
  16. Stabilizer (INS 452(i)
  17. Stabilizer and Emulsifier (E452)
  18. Stabilizers (INS 452(iii)
  19. Tri Phosphate (INS 452)

Description

Permitted Emulsifying Salt (E452) are salts or esters of polymeric oxyanions containing more than three phosphate units. They are often used as food additives to aid food processing and improve the quality of food.

Selection Guide

Look for the "use-by" date on its packaging.

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