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Old 06-03-2009, 07:47 AM
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Default sale da cucina

vitone ha scritto:

sei sicuro di non avere comprato un sale dietetico tipo il novosal. nei
paesi anglosassoni viene aggiunto il cloruro di potassio,nelle diete
iposodiche.viene aggiunto nelle bevande tipo gatorade ecc.....
la mia azienda ne esporta tonnellate verso quei paesi.....se vuoi salare
usa il nostro sale da cucina
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Old 06-04-2009, 08:13 AM
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Default sale da cucina

vitone ha scritto:

Uhm... questo qui vende un sacco di tipi di sale da cucina
ed ecco che dice a riguardo di uno di essi:

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"Tricalcium phosphate (GRAS) and a trace of Yellow Prussiate of Soda
(sodium ferrocyanide, 21CFR 172.490) are added as free-flowing,
anti-caking agents and are exempt from label declaration as
incidental, non-functional additives under 21CFR 101.100 (a)(3)
on foods incorporating the salt."

Sbaglio o in UK possono mettere nel sale cloruro di potassio,
carbonato di magnesio, farina di riso, fosfato tricalcico
e persino ferrocianuro di sodio senza essere obbligati a
dichiararlo sulla confezione?

Per fortuna che vendono anche questo:

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"Purex(R) Salt is food grade, unscreened granulated sodium chloride
produced in the vacuum pan evaporating system. The salt crystals
are cubic in structure. There are no additives."

Ma attenzione che la parola "Purex" non sia seguita da termini
vanificanti la presunta purezza:

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"Tricalcium phosphate (GRAS) is added as a free-flowing anti-caking
agent. Tricalcium phosphate is exempt from label declaration on foods
incorporating the salt as incidental, nonfunctional additive under
21CFR 101.100 (a)(3)."

Francamente direi che ci si possa fidare veramente solo di questo:

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"USP Sodium Chloride is selected from chemically purified production
of vacuum crystallized salt to meet the standards of the United States
Pharmacopeia. The crystals are cubical or granular in form, and
the actual purity theoretically exceeds 99.95% sodium chloride,
dry weight basis."


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