Carrageen (Irish Moss) Powder

FROM £19.26 £16.05 Was £64.19
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Chondrus crispus
Carrageen / Irish Moss (Chondrus crispus) has long been known for its gelling properties and it is one of the industrial sources of Carrageenan which is commonly used as a thickener and stabiliser in milk products, ie ice cream and processed foods.

It is the hydrocolloid carrageenan with the plant that produces this gelling property. It is this property that makes carrageenan a low cost food ingredient for its thickening, suspension, preservative and fat and milk-protein stabilisation abilities.
MSDS (245.09 kB)
CoA - 3561 (88.83 kB)
CoA - B3561 (120.41 kB)
CoA - 2171 (167.02 kB)
CoA - 1902 (136.78 kB)
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