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Methyl Cellulose (MC)

Methyl Cellulose is a synthetic soluble cellulose compound, typically produced by reacting natural cellulose with methanol. In the food industry, Methyl Cellulose is commonly used as a thickener, stabilizer, and emulsifier. It can enhance the texture, improve mouthfeel, and maintain stability in food products. Methyl Cellulose is also widely utilized in food processing to create low-fat foods as it can replace some of the fats without compromising the food's texture.

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