Toledo, "Determination of benzoic and sorbic acids
in Brazilian food," Food Control, vol.
From this result, significant effects that emerge are the main effects of B (monomer concentration), C (temperature), A (absorbed dose), BC (sorbic acid
concentration and temperature), AC (absorbed dose and temperature), AB (absorbed dose and sorbic acid
concentration) and ABC (absorbed dose, sorbic acid
concentration and temperature) interactions.
The lower effectiveness of propionic acid in contrast to benzoic acid and sorbic acid
might be due to the resistance of some species of moulds and their growth in media containing substantial amounts of propionic acid and its salts.
, a widely-used food preservative, is also a precursor of ttMA.
Ingredients listed on the label included American cheese (made from pasteurized milk, cheese culture, salt, and enzymes), water, whey, modified whey, skim milk, buttermilk, sodium citrate, cream, salt, sodium phosphate, sorbic acid
, annatto, and carotenal.
Ingredients Amount (g/l) Soy flour 71.1 Wheat germ 31.7 Wesson salt mixture 10.6 Sucrose 13.0 Sorbic acid
1.0 Methyl paraben 1.6 Agar-Agar 14.0 Ascorbic acid 4.3 Acetic acid (25%) 12.0 Formaldehyde (10%) 4.4 Cholin chloride 7.3 Vitamin mix Vanderzant (20%) 3.5 Table 2 Weight and size of female pupae of Argyrotaenia sp.
A quick method for the simultaneous determination of ascorbic acid and sorbic acid
in fruit juices by capillary zone electrophoresis.
And there are 13 ingredients in McDonald's and Burger King Cheddar Cheese Slices, including "cheese flavouring", trisodium citrate, diphosphates and sorbic acid
Patients may react to cosmetic ingredients like sorbic acid
, cinnamic aldehyde, and some botanical products.
Although Natori does not use the sorbic acid
preservative in the products, a public health center found the preservative in one of the products at a retailer in Yokohama.
Excessive quantities of the preservatives sorbic acid
and benzoic acid were also found in two of the tested products.
Then there was sorbic acid
, contained in some convenience foods such as tinned soups and frozen products.