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Maltol E636 E Number: E636 Supplier

Maltol is a flavor enhancer extensively used in food, beverage, tobacco, brewery, cosmetics and pharmaceuticals industries. When combined with other substances, Maltol will increase and sustain their sweetness and fragrance. It is also used to formulated additives for food, cigarettes and cosmetics. 

Specifications of Maltol E636 Food Additive 

Item

Specification

Appearance

White Crystalline Powder

Odor

Sweet Caramel

Purity

>99.0%

Heavy Metals (Monthly test)

160-164℃

Arsenic (Monthly test)

≤10ppm

Arsenic

≤3ppm

Water

≤0.5%

Residue on Ignition

≤0.2%

Status

Artificial, conforms to FCC V

 

PACKING: 25KG NET / DRUM 

STORAGE AND TRANSPORT: IN DRY AND COOL NORMAL TEMPERATURE

SHELF LIFE: 2 YEARS

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