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Antioxidant TBHQ
Specification:
CAS: 1948-33-0

Appearance: White crystalline powder
Purity: 99.0%min
Hydroquinone 0.1%max
Heavy metals (as Pb) mg/Kg : 2
Melting Range:
126C to 128C

Method of Application

The fundamental rule to follow is applying Antioxidant to food product is to ensure that the antioxidants are thoroughly dissolved and dispersed in the fat or oil portion.

However, there are choices of methods of application, depending on the products, processing methods and available equipments for addition of TBHQ.

  • Direct Method
  • Spray method
  • Anti oxidant concentration method
  • Proportionate method

Areas of Application :

Vegetable oils Viz. Cotton Seeds Oil, Soya bean oil, Mustard oil, coconut oil, Sunflower oil, Cannola oil, Palm oil, Groundnut oil, Rice bran oil. Baked and confectionary Products. Cosmetics , Edibile Fats, Emulsifiers, Flavouring and spices, Margarine, Snack foods like Freid Pototo chips, Instant Noodles, Citrus oils, Butter fats, Fried Nuts, Pat Foods, Cereal and Grains, Lard, Essential oils like Peppermint oil, Orange oil etc.

Advantages from the use of TBHQ

  • Excellent antioxidant potency can be obtained in edible oils and fats
  • Reduction in nutritional losses
  • Extended storage life
  • Crude oil can be transported maintaining their quality
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