Tricalcium Phosphate is used as an anti-caking agent in dry vinegar and salts. It’s also used as a calcium source for cereals. Due to its white color, it can also be used to bleach flour and to improve coloring.
Tricalcium Phosphate (TCP) is used as an anti-caking agent in dry vinegar and salts. It is often used as an additive for milk powder, pudding and various types of flavoring. It’s also used as a calcium source for cereals and is a nutrition enhancer. This ingredient can be used in foods such as dairy products, wine, carbonated beverages, candy and jams. It can also be used in some liquid foods to add smoothness and an opaque color. It can be added to food for strengthening calcium intake, and is sometimes used to prevent or treat the symptoms of lack of calcium. Due to its white color, it can also be used to bleach flour and to improve coloring. Tricalcium phosphate is sometimes added to calcium supplements. Tricalcium phosphate is a white, odorless and tasteless. It should be stored in a dry and ventilated area and should be kept away from water and moisture.
Bulk Pack – packed in a clear plastic food-grade zip lock bag
25 LB Bulk Pack – packed in a food-grade liner inside a box
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Pail Pack – packed in one large plastic pail
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