Sodium Chloride, or table salt. Properties and uses in food and medicine

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Sodium Chloride is one of the substances which consumption by living organisms is necessary for their survival, due to the supply of Na+ ions, which have a significant impact on the course of many physiological processes. At the same time, this chemical compound has many other uses, including in medicine, the glass and tanning industry, [...]

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Food Industry 29.09.2022

What is Saccharose? Applications of white sugar in the food and pharmaceutical industries

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Saccharose is a chemical known primarily as the main ingredient in food sugar, and in the general consciousness of consumers is often equated with it. It is a disaccharide classified as a simple sugar. The product comes in the form of white homogeneous granular crystals, without clumps or lumps, with the characteristic sweet smell and [...]

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Food 29.09.2022

Brown Rice Protein – overview. What are the uses of protein in brown rice?

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Read our overview of Brown Rice Protein – a product that athletes and bodybuilders love to use as a dietary supplement and that often changes the lives of vegans and vegetarians who want to build muscle mass and achieve this without consuming animal products. Learn more about its properties and how protein brown rice is [...]

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Food 28.09.2022

Potato production and trade – market analysis

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On the global market, China is the largest producer of potatoes. In 2018 the country's annual production was estimated at 90 million tonnes. India ranks second with 48 million tonnes while Ukraine and Russia come third with an annual production of 22 million tonnes. On the European market, potato production is dominated by the following key players: Germany, France, Poland, the Netherlands, UK, and Belgium. In 2018, these six countries accounted for 73.9% of total EU potato production. [...]

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