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DALLAS, July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The report "Anti-Caking Agents Market by Industry [Food (Ca-Compound, Na-Compound, Mg-Compound, SiO2, Cellulose), Feed & Fertilizer], by Application [(Seasoning, Condiment, Bakery, Dairy, Soup, Sauce) & (NPK, Urea, NH3, DAP/MAP)] & Geography - Global Trends & Forecast to 2019", defines and segments the Anti-Caking Agents Market with an analysis of the size and trends, in terms of value ($million) and volume (KT). It also...
Anti-caking agents in powdered products may hasten degradation of vitamin C instead of doing what they are supposed to do: protect the nutrient from moisture. Lisa Mauer, a Purdue University professor of food science; Lynne Taylor, a professor of industrial and physical pharmacy; and graduate student Rebecca Lipasek study deliquescence, a reaction in which humidity causes a crystalline solid to dissolve. They wanted to understand how anti-caking agents protect substances such as vitamin C...
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