MCT60 X/C - Glyceryl Tricaprylate-caprate


    Made from palm derived carpylic / capric acid and natural glycerine of vegetable origin. It has gone through a special treatment process to conform to very stringent odour and taste requirements

    AppearanceLiquid form
    UsageThe minimumj required to achieve its technological function whilst adhering to a good manufaturing practice.
    (and Benefits)
    Flavours: Carrier with an excellent oxidation stability
    Pan Release Agent: Low tendency to polymerisation at high temperatures
    Beverage: clouding agents, especially in combination with textural ingredients
    Dried Fruits and Confectionery products:an anti-sticking agent with an excellent oxidation stability for use in surface treatment of raisins, gums etc
    Infant food: nutritional value due to better metabolisation than other triglycerides


    ContentC6:0 ~ max 1%
    C8:0 ~ 55-65%
    C10:0 ~ 35-45%
    C12:0 ~ <1%
    (and Legal Status)
    Meets the specifications laid down by the FAO/WHO recommended International General Standard for Edible Fats and Oils Local food regulations should always be consulted concerning the status of this product as legislation regarding its use in food may vary from country to country. Advice regarding the legal status of this product may be obtained on request.
    Heavy metals
    (as Pb)
    Max 5 mg/kg
    Max 1 mg/kg
    Max 0.1 mg/kg
    Max 0.1 mg/kg
    325 to 345
    Acid ValueMax 0.1
    Max 1 mg/kg
    IodineMax 0.5
    Hydroxyl ValueMax 5
    StorageShould be stored cool and dry in original unbroken packaging. Max 30°C /86°F. Max 80% relative humidity. keep away from sunlight and odorous products.
    PackagingPolyethylene container 950kg
    Shelf life24 months from date of production when storage conditions observed


    Coliformsabsent in 0.1g
    Total plate countMax 5000 /g
    YeastsMax 100 /g
    MouldsMax 100 /g
    Salmonellaabsent in 25g

    Direct Food Ingredients will ensure that any material supplied this specification will confirm to the above physical and chemical properties. However, we have no control over the use of the material and can accept no responsibility for problems caused by the customer's failure to ensure the material supplied is suitable for the intended use.

    This specification has been last modified on Mon 4 July 2011 (632)

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