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Magnesium Stearate

Cas No. 557-04-0
E No. E470b
HS Code 291570

Magnesium stearate is a white substance, solid at room temperature, used in the manufacture of pharmaceutical and supplement tablets and capsules. One of the most widely used addit...

$2.15/Kg View Details

Stearic Acid

Cas No. 57-11-4
E No. E570
HS Code 291570

Stearic acid is a saturated long-chain fatty acid with an 18-carbon backbone. Stearic acid is a fatty acid found primarily in animal derivatives, but in vegetable fats as well. It ...

$1020.00/Mt View Details

Morpholine Fatty Acid Salt

Cas No. --
E No. --
HS Code --

Morpholine Fatty Acid Salt is used as vegetable preservative. It could suppress the fruits of breathing and prevent internal moisture evaporation, inhibit microbial invasion, and i...

$4.13/Kg View Details


Cas No. 9057-02-7
E No. E1204
HS Code 294200

Pullulan is a polysaccharide polymer consisting of maltotriose units mainly used by the cell to resist against desiccation and predation. As an edible, mostly tasteless polymer, th...

$25.00/Kg View Details

Calcium Stearate

Cas No. 1592-23-0
E No. E470
HS Code 291570

Calcium stearate is carboxylate of calcium that is found in some lubricants and surfactants. It is a white waxy powder. Calcium stearate is used as a flow agent in powders includin...

$1.80/Kg View Details


Cas No. 9000-59-3
E No. E904
HS Code 152190

Shellac is processed and sold as dry flakes (pictured at right) and dissolved in ethanol to make liquid shellac, which is used as a brush-on colorant, food glaze and wood finish. S...

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Coating Agents

Coating agent, also known as food glazing agent, is a natural or synthetic substance that provides a waxy, homogeneous, coating to prevent water loss from a surface and provide other protection. It is often applied to the external surface or a food to give a shiny appearance or protective coating to foods. Food coatings can be added to enhance the appearance by adding color, tastes (sweet dragee, salted snack), flavors (fruit-glazed sweet goods), or texture (breaded crispy nuggets). Food coatings can add nutrients to the food such as vitamins and minerals. Coating agents in food also have some functional properties, such as particle separation (oiled dry fruit, shredded cheese), antioxidant effect (fruit cubes), or a barrier effect. Glazed coating gives the product a shiny appearance; frosty coating gives the product a matte or snowy appearance; dull coating gives the product a matte appearance. You can find top food coating agent manufacturers and suppliers from okfoodadd.com.


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