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Magnesium Phosphates E343
What are magnesium phosphates E343? Magnesium phosphates E343 (I, II) are food additives acting as acidity regulators, sechestred, stabilizng agents  with acidity correction roles, sequestered, stabilizing agents (water retention and thickening) and leavening agents. They serve as buffers, neutralizers,…
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March 25th – The National Day of Greece
On March 25th, Greek citizens celebrate the National Day of Greece, also known as Greek Independence Day, a celebration of 203 years since they gained their independence. On this occasion, the InfoCons App was developed by the InfoCons…
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Citric Acid E330
 Citric Acid E330 is known as lemon salt. It appears as a colorless powder with a sour taste, easily soluble in water. Spread Citric acid is very common in nature, especially in lemon, orange, pineapple, raspberry, currants, grape…
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Acesulfame K – E950
What is Acesulfame K- E950? The additive E950, Acesulfame K, is a high-intensity synthetic sweetener. Sweeteners or sugar substitutes have been used since ancient times to satisfy humans’ inherent craving for sweetness. Depending on the calorie content they…
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The Love Consumer
The Love Consumer! Does it exist? At least as a concept? When we are small and helpless, instinctively, or perhaps out of love, we cling to our mother and father and hold their hands. When we are very…
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World Radio Day
World Radio Day, celebrated annually on February 13th, represents an important global event as it acknowledges the enduring power of radio in shaping culture, disseminating information, and promoting dialogue. Instituted by UNESCO in 2011, this celebration underscores the…
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E500 sodium carbonate
What is sodium-E500 carbonate?   E 500 food additive belongs to the category of emulsifiers. It is an acid-regulating agent, loosening, stabilizing, growing and anti-caking agent. How many forms does the E500 additive come in?   Additive E…
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Wikipedia Day – January 15
On January 15th every year, Wikipedia celebrates its anniversary. The website was launched on January 15, 2001, as a free online encyclopedia. The content found on Wikipedia is free, and the website is managed and updated through a…
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Baby food contaminated with heavy metals
On the supermarket shelves, we find hundreds of varieties of baby food, ranging from purees, sauces, cereals, and fruit and vegetable snacks. Over time, experts have discovered concerning amounts of heavy metals such as lead, cadmium, and arsenic…
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Mr Sorin Mierlea, President of InfoCons, is participating today as a speaker at the International Summit on Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights
Mr Sorin Mierlea, President of InfoCons, is participating today as a speaker at the International Summit on Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights Following earlier editions in London (2014), Berlin (2017), Paris (2019) and Stockholm – online (2021), the fifth International IP Enforcement Summit will take place on 14 and…
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