Difference Between Direct & Indirect Food Additives:
Those food additives which are purposely added are known as direct food additives. Whereas indirect food additives, for example, salt or vinegar, are not only added to give taste but also act as shelf-life stabilisers.
Increased consumption of quality packaged food & beverages and rising demand for edible products with health benefits have given us a reason to focus on manufacturing products that comply with the National and International Food Standard Agencies. i.e. FCC, EFSA & FSSAI.
|Citric Acid Anhydrous||Citric Acid Monohydrate||Glucono Delta Lactone (GDL)|
|Malic Acid||Lactic Acid|
|Citric Acid Anhydrous||Citric Acid Monohydrate||EDTA|
|Potassium Citrate||Sodium Citrate|
|Sodium Bicarbonate||Glucono Delta Lactone||Magnesium Phosphate|
|Mono Calcium Phosphate||Di Calcium Phosphate||Tri Calcium Phosphate|
|Calcium Carbonate||Calcium Citrate||Calcium Lactate|
|Di Calcium Phosphate Dihydrate||Magnesium Carbonate (Light)||Magnesium Carbonate (Heavy)|
|Magnesium Oxide (Light)||Magnesium Oxide (Heavy)||Magnesium Citrate|
|Potassium Citrate||Potassium Gluconate||Potassium Lactate|
|Potassium Phosphate||Tri Calcium Phosphate Dihydrate|
The beverage market is constantly undergoing new developments to benefit from ongoing lifestyle changes. To match the rising demand for edible products with health benefits, Vasa Pharmachem manufactures products that comply with the National and International Food Standard Agencies. i.e. FCC, EFSA & FSSAI.