Several hydrocolloids, such as gum arabic, modified starches, xanthan gum, propylene glycol alginate and guar gum, have been considered as possible additives because they can retard the creaming and the sedimentation of oil droplets in citrus drink emulsions.
What does PGA stand for?
PGA stands for Propylene Glycol Alginate
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But how do you know if propylene glycol alginate is safe?
ATLANTA -- At the recent Association of Dressings and Sauces conference held in Dallas, Texas, CP Kelco created quite a buzz of excitement with the introduction of GENU([R]) BETA pectin as an alternative to propylene glycol alginates (PGA) in dressings.