Thickener is seen as countering the taste of polyphenols

01/24/2010 | FoodNavigator

The thickener known as common hydrocolloid carboxymethylcellulose might hide the bitter taste of polyphenols, researchers say. The results might be useful in creating functional foods with the health benefits of the polyphenols and no astringent taste.

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