Also known as Sodium Phosphate Tribasic, Tri-Sodium Phosphate is derived from mixing phosphoric acid and soda ash to form disodium phosphate, then adding caustic soda. Tri-Sodium phosphate’s use in food is acidity regulation. It is commonly present in dry, extruded cereals. Together with other phosphates, it modifies cereal color, aids the cereals flow through the extruder and provides phosphorus fortification. Tri-Sodium phosphate is also present in cheese sauces as an emulsifier.
Packaging: 50 lb. bag