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Trade name for microcrystalline cellulose that has been partially hydrolysed with acid and reduced to a fine powder, used as a fat replacer. It disperses in water and has the properties of a gum. It is used in oily foods such as cheese and peanut butter, as well as in syrups and honey, sauces, and dressings.

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