CMC Powder acts as a thickening agent. It is a food grade water-soluble gum used for its thickening and stabilizing properties. One of the most popular uses of CMC powder is to make modeling paste, Gum paste by mixing it with fondant. Also used to make edible glue by adding water. It is also used in making soft ice creams.
- CMC Powder
- Pure and Healthy Product
- Package Content: 100 Gram
- Thickening Agent
- Useful in the ice cream industry
- For soft smooth and creamy ice cream
- Carboxymethyl Cellulose
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Carboxymethyl Cellulose (CMC) powder is used in food as viscosity modifier or thickener. CMC Powder acts as a hardening agent. It is a food grade water-soluble gum used for its thickening and stabilizing properties. One of the most popular uses of CMC is to make modeling paste, Gum paste by mixing it with fondant. Also used to make edible glue by adding water.
Wonderful Usages of CMC Powder
CMC powder is widely used in the ice cream industry. CMC powder will be useful in ice cream, for soft smooth and creamy ice cream. It is used to make ice creams without churning mechanism or extreme low temperatures thereby eliminating the need of the conventional churners or salt ice mixes. CMC is used in bakery products like breads and cake preparation.
Enhance the Taste with Utmost Ease,
Makes Soft delicious Ice Cream
CMC is used as a viscosity modifier or thickener, and to stabilize emulsions in various products including ice cream. CMC is a food additive used for thickening ,emulsifying ,anti caking and preservative agent, an emulsifying agent for oils, waxes and solvents .
CMC Powder. The CMC is compound used for stabilizing ice cream and available in specialty food stores and bakeries . CMC is used to add body to the food.
Store in cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight.
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- Model: CMC
- Weight: 0.00kg
- Dimensions: 15.00cm x 10.00cm x 5.00cm
- SKU: TP-FG000008
- HSN: 3912