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- • "Nature identical"
- • Food-grade Anti-bacterial
- • Anti-fungal
Potassium sorbate is a derivative of sorbic acid, a natural compound found in berries of the mountain ash tree, Sorbus aucuparia. It is a food-grade preservative, and though it is synthesized in a lab, it is classified as "nature identical" - meaning that is is chemically equivalent to the same molecule found in nature. It is an effective protection against fungi, mold, yeast, and bacteria.
Potassium Sorbate, Why Is it in Our Shampoo?
Potassium sorbate is a preservative that is used to preserve the shelf life of food, beauty, and cosmetics products. It delays and even prevents the development of microorganisms, keeping your shampoo free of mold and spoilage. While potassium sorbate is effective at controlling the growth of yeast, mold, and fungi...
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Antimicrobial and physical properties of sweet potato starch films incorporated with potassium sorbate or chitosan
Physical and antimicrobial properties of tapioca starch-HPMC edible films incorporated with Nisin and/or Potassium Sorbate
In vitro antifungal effect of potassium sorbate and sodium benzoate on the growth of fungi