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Permitted Stabilizers (INS 1422)

Also Known As : Acetylated distarch adipate

Vegetarian

Usage Tips

  1. Permitted Stabilizers (INS 1422) are used as bulking agent, thickener and stabilizer.
  2. It is added to dry soup mixes, sauces, gravies, canned foods and frozen foods.

Common names and forms

  1. Binding Agent (1422)
  2. Modified Corn Starch (1422)
  3. Modified Corn Starch E1422
  4. Modified Starch (E1422)
  5. Modified Starch (INS 1422)
  6. Permitted Emulsifying & Stabilizing Agent (INS 1442)
  7. Permitted Emulsifying & Stabilizing Agents (INS 1422)
  8. Permitted Stabilizing Agents (INS 1422)
  9. Stabilizers (INS 1422)
  10. Stabilizers-1422
  11. Stabilizing Agent (E 1422)
  12. Thickener (Acetylated Distarch Adipate)
  13. Thickener (E1422)
  14. Thickener 1422
  15. Thickeners (INS 1422)
  16. Thickening Agent (1422)
  17. Thickening Agent (E1422)
  18. Thickening Agent (INS 1422)

Description

Permitted Stabilizers (INS 1422) is a food additive which is a gluten-free modified starch. It is obtained by treating food starch with acetic anhydride and adipic acid anhydride to resist high temperatures.

Selection Guide

Look for the 'use by' date on the packaging.

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