Candy

Looking to reduce gel degradation, improve chewiness, or inhibit sugar crystallization?

Key Ingredients:




Calcium Lactate Gluconate

CLG enriches the calcium content, adjusts pH, enables the use of nutrition claims and enables the use of health claims.


Calcium Stearate

Calcium Stearate serves as a flow and releasing agent.


Citric Acid

Citric Acid acts as a synergist for antioxidants, buffers pH, imparts flavor and provides acidity.


Colors

Colors natural or synthetic.


Gluconic Acid

Gluconic Acid adjusts pH and provides acidic conditions while imparting a mild taste.


Glucono Delta Lactone

GDL provides a progressive pH decrease, imparts a mild acidic taste, acts as a firming agent in alginate or pectin to stabilized fruit preparations.


Glycerin

Glycerin prevents sugar crystallization.


Lactic Acid

Lactic Acid supports flavors, acidifies soft and hard candies mildly, and reduces gel degradation in soft candies.


Maltodextrin

Maltodextrin improves chewiness of soft candies, lengthens shelf life of hard candies, serves as a binder for tablet application, and inhibits sugar crystallization.


Sodium Gluconate

Sodium gluconate masks off-notes and improves aftertaste.


Sodium Lactate

Sodium Lactate adjusts pH and reduces sugar inversion in candy.


Tricalcium Citrate

Tricalcium Citrate enriches the calcium content, adjusts pH, firms up consistency, avoids caking, enables the use of nutrition claims and enables the use of health claims.


Tricalcium Phosphate

Tricalcium Phosphate serves as an anti-caking agent.


Trimagnesium Citrate

Trimagnesium Citrate serves potassium fortification, buffers pH, improves complexity and/or stability, chelates metal ions, replaces sodium, serves sodium-free pH regulation, enables the use of nutrition claims and enables use of health claims.


Tripotasium Citrate

Tripotassium citrate monohydrate is the common tribasic potassium salt of citric acid, also known as potassium citrate. Tripotassium citrate is used in foods, beverages, and technical applications as buffering, sequestering or emulsifying agent. It usually replaces trisodium citrate whenever a low sodium content is desired. In pharmaceuticals it is used as potassium source and as active ingredient to treat urinary duct stones. When added to oral care products, tripotassium citrate is the active ingredient to reduce the sensitivity of the teeth.


Trisodium Citrate

Trisodium Citrate adjusts pH, chelates metal ions, buffers pH, and imparts flavor.


Xanthan Gum

Xanthan Gum provides high stabilizing and suspending properties, provides excellent freeze/thaw stabilitY and is compatible with most commercial thickeners and stabilizers.


Zinc Citrate

Zinc Citrate enriches the zinc content, enables the use of nutrition claims and enables the use of health claims.