Monosodium glutamate

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Monosodium glutamate, also known as MSG, is the sodium salt of glutamic acid, one of the most abundantly occurring amino acids. It is usually available as a monohydrate, a white crystalline powder, odorless and soluble in water. MSG is obtained by fermentation of starch, sugar cane, sugar beets or molasses. [...]

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Gelatin is a natural, soluble protein obtained from the partial hydrolysis of collagen from animal bones, skin and tendons. It is composed of glycine, proline and hydroxyproline. [...]

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Vainillin it’s a highly aromatic organic chemical compound (vanillin glucoside) responsible for the unique and delicious vanilla scent and flavor that occurs naturally in the vanilla bean. [...]

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Egg Powder

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The egg powder manufacturing process begins with fresh eggs that are run through various advanced machines. After the eggshells are removed, the mixture is filtered and stored in storage tanks at about 4 degrees, then the eggs  are pasteurized and spray dried in a thin layer. The final product comes in a dried and powdered form. The product is also often referred to as ‘powdered-egg’, ‘dry egg’, or ‘dried egg powder’. [...]

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Citric Acid

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Citric Acid occurs naturally in citrus fruits but can also be manufactured. Industrial citric acid is produced mainly by fermentation or by chemical reaction. The latter method is used in about 90% of global production and involves fermentation using enzymes and microbial strains, most commonly Aspergillus niger. [...]

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