Calcium Propionate FCC, CrystalPro | 50 lbs Bag

Niacet Corporation

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50.00 LBS
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  • Buy 4 - 10 and pay only $103.28 each
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CrystalPro Calcium Propionate FCC is manufactured and packaged by Niacet Corporation in bulk 50 pound bags 

Calcium Propionate is used as a preservative. It prevents mold and bacterial growth that would cause products to go bad. It is most commonly used in baking for differently packaged bread including sliced, wrapped, foiled, and other baked goods with yeast baked into them. It is also utilized in processed meat, whey, and other dairy products. Calcium Propionate extends the normal shelf-life of bread and baked goods. It also contributes to the nutritional value of each product by acting as a source of calcium.


CrystalPro Calcium Propionate FCC is manufactured by Niacet Corporation. It meets the requirements of EU Regulation 1272/2008 (CLP) and EU Directives 67/548/EEC or 1999/45/EC. It also conforms to the latest Food Chemical Codex (FCC). Food Ingredient E282 


CrystalPro Calcium Propionate FCC is a white, crystal, solid substance. It is odorless in its natural state, but users may detect an odor when bread is hot; the odor will disappear once the bread cools down. It’s pH (10% solution) is 7.5-9.0. It is non-GMO and allergen free. Calcium Propionate dissolves well and is easy to blend into flour. It is stable under normal conditions and can be slightly hygroscopic in that it easily absorbs moisture. 


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