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sodium glutamate

[′sōd·ē·əm ′glüd·ə‚māt]
(organic chemistry)
COOH(CH2)2CH(NH2)COONa A salt of an amino acid; a white powder, soluble in water and alcohol; used as a taste enhancer. Also known as monosodium glutamate (MSG).
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Mono Sodium Glutamate is a sodium salt of Glutamic acid, which is the most abundant naturally occurring non-essential amino acid readily available in the market and is mentioned in ingredient lists of eatables as Ajinomoto, Chinese salt, Sodium glutamate, Yeast extract or Hydrolyzed vegetable proteins etc.
On the other hand, at 40degC, glycerol, sodium glutamate and sodium alginate showed significant protective effects on conidia compared with control (Table 5).
Line of business Mono Sodium Glutamate (MSG) industry
Punjab Pure Food Regulations 2017 provides for preventing use of Mono Sodium Glutamate (MSG) in weaning food, fats and oils, frozen meat and fish and other essential commodities.
According to Punjab Pure Food Regulations 2017, it is strictly forbidden the use of Mono Sodium Glutamate (MSG) in weaning food, fats and oils, frozen meat and fish and other essential commodities.
The NCDRC on December 10 had said that the local commissioner would send 16 more samples of Maggi noodles for testing in Chennai to ascertain the quantity of lead and mono sodium glutamate in them in connection with the government's ` 640- crore law suit against the company on account of alleged unfair trade practices.
For example, we do not use ingredients or materials with monosodium glutamate, known as sodium glutamate or MSG and we also offer sodium-free soya sauce.
School canteens have also been ordered not to sell soft drinks, energy drinks, fruit syrups, milk and yogurt with artificial flavours, lollipops and chewing gums, confectionaries with sugar and artificial colour, chocolates, food with sodium glutamate content, high fat foods and chips.