Silicon Dioxide as An Anti-Caking Agent in Beverages:Patent Overview
Silicon dioxide is a trace mineral found naturally in many plant foods and is added to many multivitamin supplements. It is necessary for healthy bones, skin, hair and nails. Silicon dioxide is often added to processed foods to keep them fresh and appetizing. Silicon dioxide is added to powdered foods and other health food supplements to keep other ingredients from binding together. Silicon dioxide is critical for the development of strong nail, bones, teeth and hair. Research indicates that a lack of this mineral may lead to arthritis, poor bone formation, unhealthy skin and poor tooth development. It has a wide range of applicability in several food industries including beverages.There are patents filed focusing on the innovations with respect to the compositions, applications. To know more details it is worth going through the patent overview.
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