1957
DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2621.1957.tb17513.x View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: During recent years a number of compounds, known as non-ionic emulsifiers, have been tested and some used as additives to bread and other baked goods to improve texture and to assist in the retention of softness and taste.The amount used for this purpose is usually less than 0.5%. It is necessary, of course, in each case, to establish the safety of the additive by appropriate studies in experimental animals. The present investigation deals with the effects of two emulsifiers, glyceryl-monostearate and polyoxye… Show more

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“…In a study with male Golden Syrian hamsters, two groups of 15 animals were dosed for 8 weeks with 0% or 5% glyceryl monostearate (equivalent to 0 or 2,500 mg glyceryl monostearate/kg bw per day) (Orten and Dajani, ). At this time point, the treated group was subdivided: 5 hamsters were continued and 10 were changed to a 15% concentration in the diet (equivalent to 7,500 mg glyceryl monostearate/kg bw per day).…”
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“…In a study with male Golden Syrian hamsters, two groups of 15 animals were dosed for 8 weeks with 0% or 5% glyceryl monostearate (equivalent to 0 or 2,500 mg glyceryl monostearate/kg bw per day) (Orten and Dajani, ). At this time point, the treated group was subdivided: 5 hamsters were continued and 10 were changed to a 15% concentration in the diet (equivalent to 7,500 mg glyceryl monostearate/kg bw per day).…”
Section: Assessmentmentioning
“…Other publications (Krantz ej: a^l., 1952;Krehl ej: ail. , 1955;Oser and Oser, 1956a, 1956b, 1957a, 1957b, and 1957cOrten and Dajani, 1957;and Brush et al, 1957) indicate the innocuousness of some of the same nonionic emulsifiers to laboratory animals. Vorhes (1959) defines a food additive as a substance intentionally put into a food to serve a useful purpose, or a substance that may be ex pected to enter food incidental to production, processing, and packaging.…”
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