Sodium Caseinate can be used in Food, Beverage, Pharmaceutical, Health & Personal care products, Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry. Sodium Caseinate is used as food emulsifier and thickening agent in bread, biscuits, candy, cakes, ice cream, yogurt drinks, and margarine, gravy, fast food, meat and seafood products.
Sodium caseinate is the biochemical name for casein, which is a type of protein found in the milk from all mammals. Casein, which is Latin for “cheese,” is a major component of commercial cheese and its principle source of protein. Some people are allergic to sodium caseinate, and it has been linked to some human diseases, mainly autism and gastrointestinal problems.
Sodium Caseinate uses as follows:
Sodium Caseinate can be used as nutritional suppliments, thickener, emulsifier and texture stabilizer in food such as in bread, biscuits, candy, cakes, ice cream, yogurt drinks, and margarine, gravy, fast food, meat and seafood products.
In sausage, it can be used to make fat distribution uniform, and enhance the adhesion property of meat. The dosage in sausage is 0.2%-0.3%. In the fish cake, it can improve the elasticity.
In ice cream, the use of sodium caseinate helps to the bubble of products stable and to prevent sugar condensation and contraction. In bread it is used to achieve enhancement.
In bread, biscuit and noodles, the dosage is 0.2%-0.5%; in foreign pastry, doughnut and chocolate, it is 0.59%-5.0% while in cream milk beverages, it is 0.2%-0.39%. In addition, gellan gum can also be used in dairy products and egg products.
Sodium Caseinate can be used as nutritional suppliments, thickener, emulsifier and texture stabilizer in beverage.
Sodium Caseinate can be used as intermediate in Pharmaceutical.
In Health and Personal care
Sodium Caseinate can be used in cosmetic and personal care products.
In Agriculture/Animal Feed/Poultry
In Other Industries