Ingredi Moon OU Glycerin 99.7% USP is also known as Vegetable Glycerin. It is packaged in a Kosher Certified facility and is manufactured by P&G Chemical and packaged in 2,800-pound totes (Aprox. 275 gal.).
Moon OU Glycerin 99.7% or Vegetable Glycerin is used in the baking and brewing industry. It retains moisture in baked goods like fudge, candy, and energy bars. It primarily works as an additive that brings sweetness to a product. Vegetable Glycerin’s versatility also applies to pharmaceuticals, toothpaste, and pet foods. It also preserves moisture and is one of the most stable and safest ingredients.
Moon OU Glycerin 99.7% or Vegetable Glycerin is used in the food, beverage, and vape industries. It is a sweetener, solvent, additive, and a humectant in that it can preserve moisture. The baking industry uses it in baked goods such as candy, energy bars, and fudge to maintain a constant level of water. Vegetable Glycerin is one of the safest and most versatile ingredients.
As an ingredient in personal care products, Glycerin is used in cosmetic, soaps, toothpaste, shaving cream, and skin and hair care products. After water, glycerin is the most frequently used cosmetic ingredient. It is a humectant which prevents the premature loss of moisture from cosmetics and personal care products so they don’t dry out. This also make it a great choice for hair conditioning products. Additionally, Glycerin is a outstanding skin moisturizer.
When used as a dietary supplement, Glycerin is used to relieve constipation due to it moisture absorption properties. Additionally, it improves hydration for better physical performance compared to water alone.
Ingredi Moon OU Glycerin 99.7% USP is certified under the United States Pharmacopoeia, Food Chemical Codex, and the International Pharmaceutical Excipients Council. It is kosher certified under the Kashruth Division of the Orthodox Union and Halal certified.
Ingredi Moon OU Glycerin is a liquid with a mild odor, is clear in color, and has a sweet taste. It is stable under normal conditions and is soluble with water. Vegetable Glycerin mixes well with ethanol and is slightly soluble in acetone.