A stabiliser is an additive to food which helps to preserve its structure. Typical uses include preventing oil/water emulsions from separating in products such as salad dressing; preventing ice crystals from forming in frozen food such as ice cream; and preventing fruit from settling in products such as jam and yogurt.
- cellulose and cellulose derivatives
- guar gum
- gum Arabic
- locust bean gum
- xanthan gum
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