Potassium Acetate E261 used in Food, Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Health & Personal care products, Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry. Potassium Acetate is used as a preservative, acidity regulator, buffer, corrective, and color protector in the food processing. Potassium Acetate E261 also used as a textile conditioner, a polymerisation catalyst, & as a catalyst in the production of polyeuathane foams and carbon black.
Acetates are known to be good preservatives and for that reason Potassium acetate can be used in processed meat products and ready-to-eat meals to control microbiological growth and to reduce sodium by replacing sodium acetate.
Potassium acetate E261 can be used as a flavoring agent to impart a mild vinegar taste to food products, for example potato crisps, other snacks or potato salads. Potassium acetate can be used as a sodium free alternative of sodium acetate.
Potassium Acetate E261 uses as follows:
In Food Production
Potassium Acetate Anhydrous E261 is used as acidity regulator, preservative, flavoring agent in food. Potassium Acetate Anhydrous can be used in low sodium foods as replacement for sodium acetate and sodium diacetate respectively. Due to their dry form, they can be applied either in dry or liquid pre-blends or directly to the final food product. Also in potato crisps and other snacks or potato salads.
Potassium Acetate Anhydrous E261 can be used in beverage.
Potassium Acetate E261used for diabetes treatment in pharmaceutical.
Potassium Acetate E261 may be used in cosmetics and personal care products. Products in which these ingredients may be found include baby products, bath products, cleansing products, eye makeup, shaving preparations and hair and skin care products..
In Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry
Potassium Acetate Anhydrous E261 can be used in Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry.
In Other Industries
Potassium Acetate Anhydrous E261 is widely used as Surfactant in various other industries.
- As surfactant: in deicer to make ice easier to remove.
- As catalyst: in production of polyurethanes.