Propylene Glycol is an ingredient used to make many homemade items, some of which include soap, humidor solution, detergent, moisturizer, shampoo, massage oil, lotion, cigar juice for humidors, and RV antifreeze. Other uses include cigar juice for humidors and RV antifreeze. This product is food grade, kosher, USP, colorless and virtually odorless. Propylene Glycol is a syrupy lubricant that is smooth to the touch. Store in a well ventilated, cool, dry area.
Propylene glycol will lower the freezing point of water, so it is used as a de-icing fluid for aircrafts. Water-propylene glycol mixtures dyed pink to indicate the mixture is relatively nontoxic are sold under the name of RV or marine antifreeze. Frequently used as a substitute for ethylene glycol in low toxicity to create a safer automotive antifreeze. It is also used to winterize the plumbing systems in vacant structures.
Dawn’s premium propylene glycol is everything you need, It has a high-purity formula, without alcohol or additives, which allows you to use for a wide range of purposes. It has a syrup texture, with humectant, solvent, food preservative properties, and can be used in industries from beauty products to automotive and DIY projects.
Ingredients: 100 % Propylene Glycol
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Why is propylene glycol used in food?
Propylene glycol is often used to maintain the moisture in prepared foods and works to maintain their flavor quality for longer periods of time. It is also found in flavorings, such as vanilla or almond extracts used in baking, and in some types of food coloring.
Is propylene glycol safe?
Yes, propylene glycol can be safely consumed. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and FAO/WHO Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives have reviewed scientific research on the safety of propylene glycol to ensure that it is safe for its intended uses in food.
How is propylene glycol regulated in food?
Propylene glycol is regulated by the FDA to ensure its safe use and consumption. FDA sets limits on the uses and amounts propylene glycol, and other ingredients that can be used in foods and beverages, to ensure safety. According to FDA, current consumption of propylene glycol is at a safe level and far below levels that would raise any concern.