Enciclopedia Aditivilor Bivolaru. Uploaded by. edia64 · Nik Douglas Penny Slinger Secretele Amorului Transf. Uploaded by. Draghici Valentin. E numbers are codes for substances that are permitted to be used as food additives for use From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to. Enciclopedia naturiata a afrodisiacelor by Gregorian Bivolaru(Book) in Romanian and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

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Ascorbic acid Vitamin C. Oxidized polyethylene waxoxidized polyethylene. Acacia gum gum arabic thickener stabiliser. Mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids glyceryl monostearate, glyceryl distearate. Paprika oleoresinCapsanthin, capsorubin. Views Aditlvilor Edit View history. Approved in [22]. Sorbitol i Sorbitol ii Sorbitol syrup emulsifier sweetener. Saccharin and its sodium, potassium and calcium salts.

Acetylated distarch adipate stabiliser. Calcium peroxide improving agent. Triphosphates i Sodium triphosphate pentasodium triphosphate ii Pentapotassium triphosphate. Banned in all countries, in compliance with the Montreal Protocol. Polyethylene glycol [26]. Archived from the original on Calcium oxide acidity regulator. Approved in the US. Sodium bisulphite sodium hydrogen sulphite. Sodium phosphates i Monosodium phosphate ii Disodium phosphate iii Trisodium phosphate.


Dicalcium diphosphate [ citation needed ] acidity regulator. Propane-1,2-diol alginate Propylene glycol alginate thickener stabiliser.

Sodium ferrocyanide acidity regulator. Alginic acid thickener stabiliser gelling agent. Agar thickener gelling agent.

encicloperia Polyoxyethene 20 sorbitan monooleate polysorbate Sodium alginate thickener stabiliser gelling agent. Annattobixinnorbixin. Alkaline modified starch stabiliser. Chemical numbering schemes Chemistry-related lists Food additives introductions Number-related lists.

Polyoxyethene 20 sorbitan tristearate polysorbate Having a single unified list for food additives was first agreed upon in with food colouring. Sodium sulphates i Sodium sulphate ii sodium bisulphate.

Hydroxy propyl starch emulsifier. For an overview aditicilor currently allowed additives see information provided by the Food Standards Agency of the UK. Riboflavin Vitamin B 2formerly called lactoflavin. The “E” stands for “Europe”.

Bivolaru, Gregorian [WorldCat Identities]

Acetylated oxidised starch emulsifier. Approved in the EU for dyeing kippers only, however appears to no longer be used. Potassium tartrates i Monopotassium tartrate cream of enciclopedis ii Dipotassium tartrate.

Glycerol esters of wood rosins. Sodium Silicates i Sodium silicate ii Sodium metasilicate. Starch acetate esterified with vinyl acetate stabiliser. Magnesium sulphate Epsom saltsacidity regulator. Starch acetate esterified with acetic anhydride stabiliser.


Sodium erythorbin [ citation needed ]. Diphosphates i Disodium diphosphate ii Trisodium diphosphate iii Tetrasodium diphosphate iv Dipotassium diphosphate v Tetrapotassium diphosphate vi Dicalcium diphosphate vii Calcium enciclopexia diphosphate. Not approved in the EU. Polyoxyethene 20 sorbitan monolaurate polysorbate Glucono delta-lactone acidity regulator.

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Polyoxyethene 8 stearate emulsifier. Acetylated distarch phosphate emulsifier. Potassium chloride gelling agent. Not all examples of a class fall into the given numeric range.

Phosphated distarch phosphate stabiliser. For other uses, see E number disambiguation.