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What is monocalcium phosphate?


Monocalcium Phosphate is made by reacting a source of calcium (usually calcium hydroxide) with phosphoric acid. and is a leavening agent found in Baking powder, cake mixes, cookies, energy powders, flour, malted milk powder, cereal flour, condiments, canned potatoes and canned tomatoes.

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