L'huile végétale bromée est un additif alimentaire (numéro E443) obtenu à partir d'huile végétale et de brome, utilisée comme émulsifiant et stabilisant.

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  • L'huile végétale bromée est un additif alimentaire (numéro E443) obtenu à partir d'huile végétale et de brome, utilisée comme émulsifiant et stabilisant. La bromation augmente la densité de l'huile et ainsi facilite son mélange (par exemple dans les boissons).Fortement soupçonnée d'être toxique (la plupart des composés bromés le sont), elle est interdite dans de nombreux pays, mais reste autorisée aux États-Unis et au Canada, où on la trouve notamment dans certaines boissons gazeuses.
  • Brominated vegetable oil (BVO) is a mixture of complex plant-derived triglycerides which have been brominated. Brominated vegetable oil is primarily used to help emulsify citrus-flavored soft drinks, preventing them from separating during distribution. Brominated vegetable oil has been used by the soft drink industry since 1931, generally at a level of about 8 ppm.Careful control of the type of oil used allows bromination of it to produce BVO with a specific density (1.33 g/mL). As a result, it can be mixed with less-dense flavoring agents such as citrus flavor oil to produce a resulting oil whose density matches that of water or other products. The droplets containing BVO remain suspended in the water rather than separating and floating at the surface.Alternative food additives used for the same purpose include sucrose acetate isobutyrate (SAIB, E444) and glycerol ester of wood rosin (ester gum, E445).
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  • L'huile végétale bromée est un additif alimentaire (numéro E443) obtenu à partir d'huile végétale et de brome, utilisée comme émulsifiant et stabilisant.
  • Brominated vegetable oil (BVO) is a mixture of complex plant-derived triglycerides which have been brominated. Brominated vegetable oil is primarily used to help emulsify citrus-flavored soft drinks, preventing them from separating during distribution. Brominated vegetable oil has been used by the soft drink industry since 1931, generally at a level of about 8 ppm.Careful control of the type of oil used allows bromination of it to produce BVO with a specific density (1.33 g/mL).
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  • Huile végétale bromée
  • Brominated vegetable oil
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