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Calcium Lactate food additives(nutrition food supplement/ingredient) FOOD GRADE 98.0-101.0%

Calcium Lactate food additives(nutrition food supplement/ingredient)

 

Calcium Lactate is white granules or white power with a little efforescence and no other smell. It can be easily dissolved in hot water, but not in inorganic solvents. Its molecular formular is C6H10CaO6.5H2O and its molecular weight is 308.3. It is widely used in the fields of food , beverage, medicine, etc. As food additive, the adding amount of Calcium Lactate should be in accordance with the requirements of GB14880-94 and GB2760: 12-24g in cereal and cereal product, 3-6g in beverage and milk beverage, 23-46 in nurseling food.

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Calcium Lactate for calcium supplements added in health care products USP 99.9%

Calcium Lactate for calcium supplements added in health care products

 

1. Description:

Molecular formula: C6H10CaO6·5H2O

Molecular weight: 308.3

CAS NO.:814-80-2

Appearance: white granules or white powder with a little efflorescence

Organoleptics: odorless and moderate flavor 

Solubility: It can be easily dissolved in hot water (5%), but not in inorganic solvents.

Character: It has high absorption rate and good solubility, so it can be easily absorbed.

Application: It is widely used in the fields of food, beverage, medicine, etc., and also used as strengthening calcium source added into dairy products.

Standard: It conforms to the requirement of FCC, USP and BP.

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