Uses: food (such as baked goods, candy, fats, meat, oil, soy sauce, sauces, snacks, fast food, soups and powdered soup, etc.); a
Function: white crystal, with acetic acid odor. Moisture easily, easily soluble in water, heated to above decomposition.
Uses: food (such as baked goods, candy, fats, meat, oil, soy sauce, sauces, snacks, fast food, soups and powdered soup, etc.); also used as a leveling agent, buffer, anti-rust agent and the antifungal compound and so the main ingredient.
Packing: 25kg / bag (paper-plastic layer package).
Storage: sodium diacetate thermal decomposition , the emitting gas and sour stimuli. To save in constant cool temperature.
Efficacy: antimicrobial agents (antifungal, preservative) PH accessories fragrance agent dosage adjustment: (U.S. FDA standard) in baked goods by 0.4% in Canada; in fat and oil plus 0.1%; increase in meat products 0.1%; the candy in an increase of 0.1%; in gravy and sauces (sauces) adding 0.25%; in snack food snacks, soup plus 0.05%. Office (<40). Should seal, sun, moisture. Do not mixed with toxic chemicals. Shelf life of two years. Safety: LD 50 oral 3.31g/kg body weight in mice, rats oral 4.96g/kg weight. The ADI (acceptable daily intake) 0 ~ 15mg/kg body weight (FAO/WHO.1994). In 1993 the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) through (Fed.Regist.08 Sep.1993, 58 (172) 47214-15) federal laws and regulations promulgated the "sodium diacetate in food medicine and cosmetics to be removed to allow limited" .
Transport: Transport handling should pack light light up. Prevent packing damage.
Free Acetic Acid
Formic Acid and Readily Carbonizable Substance