erythorbate


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erythorbate

[‚er·ə′thȯr‚bāt]
(food engineering)
A salt of erythorbic acid, an isomer of ascorbic acid; used in foods as an antioxidant.
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In tests, Burbank and Norkotah potato slices were dipped into 3% sodium acid sulfate, citric acid, sodium erythorbate, malic acid, sodium acid pyrophosphate, or a combination of sodium acid, sulfate citric acid and sodium erythorbate.
Federal officials charged Pfizer with conspiring with an unnamed sodium erythorbate producer to fix prices and allocate market shares on sodium erythorbate sales in the United States from 1992 to 1994.
FreezGard Formula FP-88E is a blend of sodium hexametaphosphate, salt and sodium erythorbate designed to inhibit rancidity and maintain fresh texture, aroma and appearance in fatty or minced seafood that is to be frozen.
The Coleman Difference Coleman Purely Natural Ham Ingredients Leading Conventional Ham Ingredients Pork Pork Water Water Sea salt Salt Evaporated cane juice Potassium lactate Vegetable powder Dextrose Carrot juice Modified potato starch Natural flavor Sodium phosphates Lactic acid starter culture Sodium erythorbate Natural smoke Sodium nitrite Sodium diacetate Sea salt: all natural salts from sea water.
5 g sodium erythorbate, 5 g commercial seasoning, and 1 g commercially optimized mixed starter culture.
N-nitroso compounds don't show up in the meat itself (now that companies must add sodium ascorbate or sodium erythorbate to keep N-nitroso compounds from forming in meats that have added nitrite).
Other brands use ingredients like nitrates and erythorbate - you won't find anything artificial in our all natural smoked meats.
Effects of salt, phosphates, potassium sorbate and sodium erythorbate on qualities of emulsified meatball.
And each frank's sodium (from salt, sodium lactate, sodium diacetate, sodium erythorbate, and sodium nitrite) reaches 1,070 milligrams--about two-thirds of a day's worth .
Nearly all processed meats now contain either sodium ascorbate (vitamin C) or its cousin sodium erythorbate.