Magnesium Sulphate in Food Industry
Our Magnesium Sulphate in food industry is applicable for lactic acid, monosodium glutamate, and some others. It is mainly sold to the fermentation industry, including the yeast manufacturers, MSG makers, xylitol producers, and more.
Magnesium Sulphate, also known as magnesium sulfate, contains little crystal water. Thus, it can act as desiccant or dehydrating agent in some food. In Europe, this product can be used to make Bodum beer. It is primarily exported to America, Europe and more. The annual export volume reaches approximately 10,000 tons.Detailed Data
| Application and
Dose ( /kg )
|Modified Milk Powder (Excluding the milk powder for children and pregnant women)||300-1100mg|
|Modified Milk Powder (Only for children)||300-2800mg|
|Modified Milk Powder (Only for pregnant women)||300-2300mg|
|Beverages (Excluding the varieties relevant to 14.01 and 14.06)||30-60mg|
|Other Beverage (Excluding the natural source of drinking water)||1.05mg (maximum dose)|
|Used for monosodium glutamate, yeast, brewing, and other fermentation processes||In compliance with the national food safety standards|
|Foods for special dietary uses|
The above dose is provided for reference only.