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Phosphates39 Function in Poultry Products - Food Product Design

11/16/2014
05:24 | Author: Evan Martin

What is sodium phosphate used for in food
Phosphates39 Function in Poultry Products - Food Product Design

With levels of phosphates used today, a more-modest rise (0.1 to 0.3 di- and tri-sodium phosphate, are not typically used in poultry products.

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FDA Issues Safety Warning for Sodium Phosphate - Medscape

11/15/2014
03:12 | Author: Evan Martin

What is sodium phosphate used for in food
FDA Issues Safety Warning for Sodium Phosphate - Medscape

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning about possible harm from exceeding the recommended dose OTC sodium phosphate drug products include oral solutions taken by mouth and enemas used rectally.

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Sodium Phosphate Cosmetics Info

9/14/2014
01:32 | Author: Caitlin White

What is sodium phosphate used for in food
Sodium Phosphate Cosmetics Info

It can be found as an additive in food, in household cleaners and detergents. Sodium Phosphate and Disodium Phosphate may be used in some laxatives.

Find out more about the regulation of Food Additives by the Food and Drug Administration.

Food Contact Substances: http://www.fda.gov/Food/IngredientsPackagingLabeling/PackagingFCS/defaul.

Food Ingredients and Packaging: http://www.fda.gov/Food/IngredientsPackagingLabeling/default.htm.

Trisodium Phosphate functions as a chelating agent and a pH adjuster. Sodium Phosphate and Disodium Phosphate function as buffering agents. Disodium Phosphate also functions as a corrosion inhibitor.

http://www.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/opascogc.html.

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What is Sodium Tripolyphosphate Doing in Your Fish? Food

7/13/2014
01:44 | Author: Devin Garcia

What is sodium phosphate used for in food
What is Sodium Tripolyphosphate Doing in Your Fish? Food

sodium tripolyphosphate, or STPP for short—and it is used to make your “wet” fish means a product has been soaked in phosphates.

If seafood is soaked for too long in an STPP bath, it may absorb more water, which means you’ll pay more for the product by the pound because the excess water makes it weigh more. A product may have been “soaked” with STPP if a milky white liquid oozes from the fish as you cook it, and it may also deflate in size a bit.

Will be looking forward to shopping for some of their fish. Thank you for the Whole Foods answer as we were just wondering if their fish might be free from STPP.

BTW, the Chicken Flavored Roast was from the America’s Choice Premium (higher price) line, bought at Waldbaum’s supermarket.

Sure they were large and plump, but they tasted like plastic.

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Carrageenan, tricalcium phosphate and sodium bicarbonate

5/12/2014
03:40 | Author: Caitlin White

What is sodium phosphate used for in food
Carrageenan, tricalcium phosphate and sodium bicarbonate

Overall, the carrageenan sold as a food, drug, and cosmetic additive has been tested As for the tricalcium phosphate used in So Nice, it comes from a mined.

It can be difficult sifting through all the information on the Internet because some of it is contradictory but considering the findings of the FAO/WHO organizations, we chose to accept their position on the matter. The controversy on carrageenan is based on an article by a Dr. Overall, the carrageenan sold as a food, drug, and cosmetic additive has been tested extensively, and regulatory authorities worldwide have uniformly found carrageenan to be essentially nontoxic and agreed that it may be used safely in food.

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