Materials: Cellulose, gum Arabic and carageenan
wereobtained from local market in A Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Cooking loss ranged from 5.14% to 7.99%, increasing with higher levels of peanut flour and decreasing with higher levels of carageenan
Ces produits incluent le surfactant (Savvy), l'agent acidifiant (gel tampon), et les << adsorption inhibitors >> (PRO 2000, dextrin sulphate, carageenan
et cellulose sulphate).
Gelatinous polysaccharides agar, carageenan
and funoran are now used extensively in the food business as stabilizers.
Four of them--Carraguard (carageenan
, derived from red seaweed), dextrin-2-sulfate, cellulose sulfate, and PRO 2000--are sulfated or sulphonated polymers with large, negatively charged molecules that bind to pathogens or to potential host target cells forming a protective coating.
, which is a seaweed gum produced by alkalai extraction, is similarly composed of linear molecular chains and can form a weak gel in the presence of milk.
is a high molecular weight hydrocolloid (molecular weight 1.5-20 x [10.sup.6]).
Ingredients: Water, fruit juices 25% (lemon, orange, blackcurrant, raspberry), sugar, dried glucose syrup, citric acid, stabilisers (guar gum, sodium alginate, carageenan
) flavourings, colours (E131, E124, E104, E110).
Contains beef extract, wheat and soya derivatives, food starch--modified, dry sweet whey, calcium, carageenan
, vegetable oil, sodium phosphates to preserve freshness, BHA, BHT, propylene glycol, pectin niacinamide, artificial flavor, U.S.
Extracts were chemically analyzed for constituents and assessed for anti-inflammatory action using an HT-29 colon cancer based assay examining expression of inflammatory cytokines following carageenan
Cargill, the world's leader in food production, animal nutrition and industrial products and services, mulls of establishing a poultry operation in the country to serve the country's huge demand for chicken as well expand its coconut oil, cocoa processing and carageenan