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Cytogenetic studies of food preservative in Allium cepa root meristem cells.
With rapid growth of food processing industry, the use of food preservatives is also on rise.
In terms of application, the Global Propionic Acid and Its Derivatives market can be segmented into following: Animal Feed and Grain Preservatives, Food Preservatives, Cellulose Acetate Propionate (CAP), Herbicides, and Others.
The state of New York is suing 10 chemical firms, including three Japanese companies, seeking to collect consumer losses from price-fixing involving a common food preservative.
and three other companies accused of fixing the price of citric acid agreed Monday to pay $94 million to several 7-Up bottlers and other companies that use the food preservative.
Researchers indicate that strains of LAB have potential to act as a biopreservative or natural food preservative.
The drinks' color and taste never varied, but for 2 randomly assigned weeks, each child got drinks with a bonus: Either of two different mixes of food colorings, together with sodium benzoate, a general food preservative.
In a cooperative research program at the University of Melbourne and Food Science Australia, a government/academic/industry cooperative in Werribee, Victoria, researchers have isolated a naturally occurring food preservative with a demonstrable effectiveness in killing L.
Favorable regulatory scenario along with growing food preservative & animal feed market in the region has favored propionic acid demand over the past few years.
ClickPress, Mon Feb 24 2014] Food Preservative Market by Type (Natural, Chemical), Function (Antimicrobial, Antioxidant), Application (Oil & Fat, Bakery, Dairy, Snack, Meat, Poultry & Seafood, Confectionery, Beverage), & Geography - Global Trend & Forecast to 2018
However, contact with disodium ethylenediamine tetraacetate (EDTA), a food preservative, dissolved the coating.
The Commission slapped four big companies with more than 85 per cent of yesterday's total, including pounds 40 million against Swiss chemical firm Hoffman-La Roche and pounds 25 million against US food company Archer Daniels Midland for fixing the price of citric acid, a food preservative.