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Tag: Cure Units and Additives

Sodium Erythorbate vs Sodium Ascorbate vs Ascorbic Acid

What Are They? How Do They Compare? Sodium Erythorbate Sodium Erythorbate is an antioxidant that is the sodium salt of erythorbic acid (produced by fermentation of food grade starch). In the dry state, it is non-reactive, but when mixed with water, it reacts with atmospheric oxygen and other oxidizing agents. In meat curing, it controls […]

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