Used in Food and Beverage

Used in Food and Beverage

Used in Food and Beverage

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Introduction

Used in food and beverage

Low molecular weight alcohols, acids and esters are widely used in food and beverage industry. For example, xylitol is a type of carbohydrate called a sugar alcohol which can be used as a sugar-free sweetener in chewing gum, baked goods, and many other products created for human consumption; citric acid is an organic compound which can be used as a flavoring and preservative in food and beverages, especially soft drinks and candies; monolaurin is the mono-ester formed from glycerol and lauric acid which can be used as an emulsifier or preservative in foods such as ice cream, margarine, and spaghetti.

Test Contents

Some low molecular weight alcohols, acids or esters can be used as acidity regulators, food emulsifiers, food preservatives. Chemists from Alfa Chemistry have a great deal of experience in the applications and tests of low molecular weight alcohols, acids or esters. Our experienced chemists are pleased to work with you to solve your problems in scientific research and industrial applications. We provide testing services include but not limited to:

As an acidity regulator

  • Purity
  • pH Specific Rotation
  • Moisture Content
  • Heavy Metal Content
  • Impurity
As an acidity regulator

As a food emulsifier

  • Purity
  • Acid Value
  • Saponification Value
  • Iodine Value
  • HLB
  • Impurity
As a food emulsifier

As a food preservative

  • Purity
  • Microbiology Test
  • Moisture Content
  • Heavy Metal Content
  • Impurity
As a food preservative

Please feel free to contact us for more details on food and beverage testing of low molecular weight alcohols, acids, esters and other chemicals.

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  • Short Detection Cycle
  • Competitive Price
  • Years of Testing Experience
  • Advanced Equipment
  • Reliable Results
  • Familiar with Relevant Standards

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