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BENOSORB is an all-purpose preservative.
BENOSORB has a strong bacterial growth-inhibiting action in yeasts, molds and microorganisms and inhibits the activity of butyric and acetic acid bacteria without affecting the taste and aroma of finished products.
Due to the combination of potassium sorbate and sodium benzoate, the spectrum of BENOSORB's action is much wider than the spectrum of individual preservatives.
The use of BENOSORB allows to:
- prevent bacteriological damage to food during preparation and storage
- increase the shelf life of food products several times
- preserve lactic acid bacteria that are useful for the human body
- increase economic efficiency (when using BENOSORB, it is 10-30% higher than with individual preservatives)
Potassium sorbate (E202) and sodium benzoate (E211).
White granules, almost odorless, stable when boiling.
Areas of application
- milk-based desserts without heat treatment, curd products
- fat emulsions (except butter), cake creams
- vegetables (pickled, salted or oil-packed), tomato products (except juices), olives and products thereof
- sugar-glazed fruits and vegetables, jam, marmalade, jelly, fruit puree
- chewing gum
- fish preserves, including caviar, salted and dried fish
- mayonnaises and other emulsified and non-emulsified sauces, mustard
- ready-made salads
- non-alcoholic flavored beverages
- alcoholic beverages with an alcohol content of less than 15% by volume
- liquid concentrates (tea, fruit or from herbal infusions)
- dietary therapeutic and prophylactic food products (excluding products for children), dietary mixes for weight loss
- smoked meats and sausages, raw chicken carcasses, meat pastes and minced meat
Method of Application
BENOSORB is added either in the form of a powder (together with other dry components) or in the form of a 10% or 20% aqueous solution (into the aqueous phase or into the finished product). Its efficiency is increased in acidic environment.
2 years in a cool dry place in a sealed container.
Packaging, net weight
15 kg cardboard boxes with a polyethylene bag inside.