aerating agent

aerating agent

[′e‚rād·iŋ ‚ā·jənt]
(food engineering)
A gas such as carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, or food-grade Freon used to flavor beverages or to dispense liquids from charged containers.
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Cognis' new aerating agent is based on a range of carefully chosen emulsifiers, such as polyglycerolesters and distilled mono-and diglycerides.
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