An Alternative to Synthetic Antioxidants
With consumers desiring simpler, cleaner labels, the need to replace synthetic antioxidants is increasing. "No preservatives" claim sales reached $13b in 2009, up 8% from last year - "Clean Label" made the 2010 food trend lists of five different respected sources. Common synthetic antioxidants include Tertiary butyl hydroquinone (TBHQ), Butylated hydrooxytoluene (BHT), Butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA), and Ethylene diamine tetra acetic acid (EDTA).
Across the world, Herbalox® Seasonings can provide a more consumer-friendly label by being approved for use in food as a Natural Flavor, Natural Flavoring, Oleoresin Rosemary or Rosemary Extract.
Canola Oil OSI (Oxidative Stability Instrument) Chart Comparing OSI Induction Times
of Kalsec® Rosemary Extracts to TBHQ
Chart comparing Herbalox® Seasoning to Synthetic Antioxidants in
Low Flavor, Low Aroma Natural Antioxidants are available
You can extend the shelf life of your application while limiting the flavor and aroma imparted from the natural antioxidant. Kalsec®'s natural antioxidant formulation, Herbalox® Seasoning XT, provides you with the flexibility to increase the amounts of natural antioxidant you use. This allows you to increase your shelf life, without the flavor and aroma limitation you may have experienced in the past.
Benefits of Using Kalsec® Rosemary Extracts
- Consumer Friendly Labeling
- Low Flavor Options
- Heat Stable
- Delivery When and Where Needed
- Oil Dispersible, Water Dispersible, Water Soluble
- Meets your Regulatory Needs
- Non=GMO/Soy Free
Kalsec® Product Recommendations to Replace Synthetics