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  Ingredient - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An ingredient is something that forms part of a mixture (in a general sense).
For example, in cooking, a recipe will specify which ingredients are used to prepare a specific dish.
In the pharmaceutical industry, an Active ingredient is that part of a formulation that yields the effect required by the customer.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ingredient   (129 words)

 Ingredient Substitutions
There are, however, a number of factors to consider when substituting ingredients.
Substitution of one ingredient for another may alter the taste, color, moisture content or texture of the product.
For this reason, it is suggested that ingredient substitution be used in unexpected situations only.
www.ext.nodak.edu /extpubs/yf/foods/he198w.htm   (770 words)

 EPA: Pesticides - Label Review Manual Chapter 5: Ingredient Statement
Ingredients such as stickers and other adjuvants which function simply to enhance or prolong the activity of an active ingredient by physical action are not generally considered to be active ingredients.
The ingredients statement for a product for which the active ingredient is a naturally occurring plant regulator, (such as cytokinins, auxins, or gibberellins) and for which quantitative chemical methods and units are not available, must be stated in an acceptable and generally recognized bioassay unit.
Inert ingredients are not required to be identified individually in the ingredient statement except when EPA determines that such inert ingredient may pose a hazard to man or the environment.
www.epa.gov /oppfead1/labeling/lrm/chap-05.htm   (3581 words)

 Ingredient Functions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Some of these ingredients can be substituted with other ingredients and produce the same outcome but many times substitutions will have some affect on the end product.
Some of the acidic ingredients that cause the reaction with baking soda are vinegar, lemon juice, orange juice, buttermilk, sour milk, sour cream, honey, chocolate and molasses.
The addition or removal of other ingredients, such as sugar and salt, affect the action of the yeast, and if less yeast is used than called for, it will increase the amount of time it takes the dough to reach the proper volume.
www.hormel.com /templates/knowledge/knowledge.asp?catitemid=7&id=657   (5984 words)

 Chocolate Ingredient May Calm Coughs
The study showed that theobromine, an ingredient found in cocoa, was much more effective in stopping persistent coughs than codeine -- the cough medicine currently considered most effective.
Although this was a small study involving only 10 people, researchers say that if more studies confirm these results, the chocolate ingredient could be used in creating better cough medicines with fewer side effects than existing drugs.
The volunteers were exposed to varying levels of capsaicin, an ingredient found in cayenne pepper used in research to stimulate coughing.
my.webmd.com /content/article/97/104251.htm   (381 words)

 World Intellectual Property Organization   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Another exemplary embodiment is related to an animal feed market analysis method for evaluating the impact of a new ingredient or an ingredient that has a modified nutrient composition on the economic value of the ingredient and the economic value of existing ingredients that could substitute for the new or modified ingredient.
A system and method for evaluating the impact of a new ingredient or a modification in the nutrient composition of an ingredient on the value of the ingredient and the value of competing ingredients are described.
The customer ingredient information conveyed by the customer can include a nutrient composition for the new or modified ingredient, a potential market for the new or modified ingredient, and a type of animal targeted to be fed by the new or modified ingredient.
www.wipo.int /ipdl/IPDL-CIMAGES/view/pct/getbykey5?KEY=03/87999.031023&ELEMENT_SET=DECL   (7392 words)

 FDA/CFSAN - New Dietary Ingredients in Dietary Supplements - Background for Industry
The term "new dietary ingredient" means a dietary ingredient that was not marketed in the United States in a dietary supplement before October 15, 1994.
A dietary ingredient is a vitamin; a mineral; an herb or other botanical; an amino acid; a dietary substance for use by man to supplement the diet by increasing total dietary intake; or a concentrate, metabolite, constituent, extract, or combination of any of the above dietary ingredients.
In other words, if the dietary ingredient has not been present in the food supply as an article used for food, you must show why you consider that the consumption of a new dietary ingredient is reasonably expected to be safe under the conditions recommended or suggested in the labeling.
www.cfsan.fda.gov /~dms/ds-ingrd.html   (2099 words)

 US FDA/CFSAN - A Dietary Supplement Labeling Guide: Chapter V. Ingredient Labeling
Ingredients that are sources of dietary ingredients may be listed within the "Supplement Facts" panel, e.g., "Calcium (as calcium carbonate)." When ingredients are listed in this way, they do not have to be listed again in the ingredient statement (also called an ingredient list).
This means that the ingredient that weighs the most is first and the ingredient that weighs the least is last.
You must declare these ingredients in ingredient lists by using either specific common or usual names or by using the declarations "spice," "natural flavor" or "artificial flavor," or any combination thereof.
vm.cfsan.fda.gov /~dms/dslg-5.html   (728 words)

 FDA/CFSAN A Food Labeling Guide: Chapter IV--Ingredient List
Descending order of predominance means that the ingredients are listed in order of predominance by weight, that is, the ingredient that weighs the most is listed first, and the ingredient that weighs the least is listed last (see illustration for question #3).
The ingredient list is placed on the same label panel as the name and address of the manufacturer, packer or distributor.
It depends on whether the trace ingredient is present in a significant amount and has a function in the finished food.
vm.cfsan.fda.gov /~dms/flg-4.html   (636 words)

 ~Oshun - Cosmetic Ingredient Information
Lactose is used as a cosmetic ingredient as a skin conditioning agent and humectant.
Is widely used in many cosmetics and blends as an emollient, known by it's cosmetic ingredient name of caprylic/capric triglyceride, especially where a long shelf life without the addition of anti-oxidants, or a lighter less greasy oil is desirable.
LPO is an optimized blend of ingredients that distribute within a formula according to their oil or water affinity to provide total antimicrobial coverage of the water phase, oil phase, oil soluble ingredients and emulsion interfaces.
www.oshun.ca /info.html   (12764 words)

 Landor: Knowledge
Ingredient branding has become a prevalent marketing strategy in the 1990s, with clothing, computers, shampoo, breath mints, over-the-counter medicines, soft drinks, cookies, gasoline and credit cards all emphasizing branded ingredients.
Ingredient branding can enhance the image, perceived quality and credibility of the host product, especially if the ingredient is well known by consumers.
Ingredient branding can provide immediate brand recognition and a "ready-made" audience for a new product, and it can boost differentiation by giving the host product a distinct characteristic that is difficult for competitors to imitate.
www.landor.com /index.cfm?fuseaction=cBranding.getArticle&storyid=134   (987 words)

 DM's Esoteric Programming Languages - Chef   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
If there are not that many ingredients in the bowl, the top ingredient goes to tbe bottom of the bowl and all the others rise one place.
This rolls the number of ingredients in the nth mixing bowl equal to the value of ingredient, such that the top ingredient goes down that number of ingredients and all ingredients above it rise one place.
Auxiliary recipes are made by sous-chefs, so they have their own set of mixing bowls and baking dishes which the head Chef never sees, but take copies of all the mixing bowls and baking dishes currently in use by the calling chef when they are called upon.
www.dangermouse.net /esoteric/chef.html   (1351 words)

 SupplySide East - Exhibitor Listing
We currently supply herbal ingredients from grower/collector processors in China, Brazil, Mexico and Peru, who has inventory in the U.S. and at their overseas facilities.
Kancor Flavours and Extracts Ltd. is an ISO 9002 manufacturer of ingredients for nutraceuticals and food industries including standardized botanical extract, marigold, green tea, ginger, garcinia, boswellia, gymnema, ashwagandha, tribulis, commiphora, and natural isolates curcumin, capsaicin, piperine, sennosides.
Mutchler Inc., Pharmaceutical Ingredient Mutchler Inc., Pharmaceutical Ingredients, with offices and warehousing in New Jersey and Puerto Rico, has 55 years of heritage as a distributor to the pharmaceutical, nutritional and related industries.
www.supplysideshow.com /exhibitors.html   (8837 words)

 Ingredient Dictionary: S
Describes a large group of ingredients, including water, that are used to dissolve or break down other ingredients in a formulation.
Ingredients like sugarcane extract, fruit extracts, mixed fruit extracts, and milk solids may claim an association with AHAs, but they are not the same thing nor do they have the same beneficial effect on skin.
There is a vast difference between the extracted, pure ingredient and the original form of the source material.
www.cosmeticscop.com /learn/dictionary.asp?TYPE=SEARCH&ID=S   (3923 words)

 Ingredient Dictionary
Dandelion: A vegetable source of protein that is high in skin-friendly ingredients.
Farnesol: Natural ingredient found throughout the plant world which regulates developmental processes and is a natural bioactivator in human skin.
Unipertan: The original tan accelerating ingredient composed of tyrosine, riboflavin, and collagen (hydrolyzed animal protein or protein hydrosolate).
www.deadsea-cosmetics.com /ingrediantsnew.htm   (3781 words)

 Ingredient Substititions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Often for lack of an ingredient, a recipe is ruined or an extra trip to the store is required.
Your final product made with the substituted ingredient may differ slightly from the original food, but still be acceptable in flavor, texture and appearance.
Sometimes, you'll find information on substituting foods in a section or sections of a cookbook where the major ingredients featured in the recipes are described.
lancaster.unl.edu /food/ciqsubs.htm   (2106 words)

 Ingredient Dictionary
An ester is a compound formed from an alcohol and an acid with the elimination of water, and are common among cosmetic ingredients.
Active ingredients are considered to have a pharmacological altering effect on skin, and these effects must be documented by scientific evaluation and approved by the FDA.
Any ingredient that destroys or inhibits the growth of bacteria, particularly in the case of bacteria that cause blemishes.
www.cosmeticscop.com /learn/dictionary.asp?TYPE=MAIN   (4788 words)

 FDA/CFSAN Overview of Dietary Supplements
A "new dietary ingredient" is one that meets the above definition for a "dietary ingredient" and was not sold in the U.S. in a dietary supplement before October 15, 1994.
Except in the case of a new dietary ingredient, where pre-market review for safety data and other information is required by law, a firm does not have to provide FDA with the evidence it relies on to substantiate safety or effectiveness before or after it markets its products.
The types of ingredients listed there could include the source of dietary ingredients, if not identified in the "Supplement Facts" panel (e.g., rose hips as the source of vitamin C), other food ingredients (e.g., water and sugar), and technical additives or processing aids (e.g., gelatin, starch, colors, stabilizers, preservatives, and flavors).
www.cfsan.fda.gov /~dms/ds-oview.html   (2266 words)

 Ingredient Resource
Specializing in dairy and non-dairy ingredients for ice cream applications we have the experience and expertise to assist you with any food related application.
Ingredient Resource is a group of experts to the food and beverage industry.
We are confident that no matter what ingredient you are looking for or what the development application, we can provide the solution.
ingredientresource.com   (207 words)

 SupplySide West Trade Show & Conference - Past Exhibitors List
ADM manufactures and markets ingredients that are derived from natural sources and that promote health and well being.
Organic Ingredients is a leading supplier of certified organic food ingredients such as fruit and vegetable juices, concentrates, blends, purees and IQF products.
It is a major supplier of herb ingredients including extracts, powder, raw botanical powder for nutritional, pharmaceutical, and food industries.
www.supplysideshow.com /exopps/exhibitors1.html   (7804 words)

 FDA > CDRH > CFR Title 21 Database Search
(a) Any single antihistamine active ingredient identified in 341.12 may be combined with any generally recognized as safe and effective single analgesic-antipyretic active ingredient, or any combination of acetaminophen with other analgesic-antipyretic active ingredients, or any aspirin and antacid combination provided that the product is labeled according to 341.85.
(e) Any single antihistamine active ingredient identified in 341.12(a) through (e) and (h) through (m) may be combined with any single oral antitussive active ingredient identified in 341.14(a)(1) through (a)(4) and any single oral nasal decongestant active ingredient identified in 341.20(a) provided that the product is labeled according to 341.85(c)(4).
(o) Any single expectorant active ingredient identified in 341.18 may be combined with any generally recognized as safe and effective single analgesic-antipyretic active ingredient, or any combination of acetaminophen with other analgesic-antipyretic active ingredients, or any aspirin and antacid combination provided that the product is labeled according to 341.85.
www.accessdata.fda.gov /scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/cfcfr/CFRSearch.cfm?fr=341.40   (913 words)

 Active Ingredient | Testimonials&Projects   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Active Ingredient worked with one of our portfolio companies at a very early stage and through data-driven analysis, primary research, and strategic mapping, recommended a positioning and set of target markets for the company.
We were impressed at how quickly Active Ingredient learned about a very complicated therapeutic area and with the quality of the physicians they recruited for the study.
Active Ingredient developed the business case for Oracle to build a business out of licensing their own training materials to Higher Education institutions for use in for-credit courses.
www.activeingredient.com /page_04.htm   (1202 words)

 Ingredient Connections, Inc.
is a small local ingredient sales company representing fruit, vegetable, spice, herb, chemical, nut, and flavor enhancing ingredient suppliers to the food processing industry in the Northeast Corridor.
We source ingredients from the US and from all over the world.
The result is a natural, concentrated form of butter or cream with flavor strength up to 400 times stronger than milk fat in its original form.
www.ingredientconnections.com   (970 words)

 Shredded & Grated Cheese Manufacturer, Producer & Supplier in Ireland and the U.K.
is the leading producer of innovative cheese ingredients for the food industry.
Formed in 2000 and based in Boherbue, Co.Cork, the manufacturer maintains the highest quality and hygiene standards set by Ireland and the U.K. for producing shredded & grated cheese.
In order to satisfy the increasingly diverse tastes of the modern consumer Ingredient Solutions was set up to work hand in hand with food manufacturers and food service providers alike.
www.ingredientsolutions.net   (85 words)

 Ingredient Substitutions
It is sometimes more convenient to substitute an ingredient than it is to go out and purchase the necessary ingredient.
Sometimes it is inconvenient to run out and purchase the necessary ingredient -- it's easier to use a similar product as a replacement.
There are, however, several factors to consider when substituting ingredients.
www.ext.colostate.edu /pubs/foodnut/09329.html   (1318 words)

 Natural Ingredient Resource Center because natural matters!
The Natural Ingredient Resource Center was founded to help consumers, manufacturers and retailers of natural products for personal care, home and family to learn more about the natural ingredients in the products they buy, make or sell.
We also serve to promote "truth in labeling" by establishing voluntary standards and to support the use of products that use real, natural ingredients.
Visit our Natural Ingredient Partners for the best in products that contain natural ingredients.
www.naturalingredient.org   (99 words)

 Food Ingredients Trade - FoodIT - An e-commerce system for the trading of food raw materials   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ingredient Supplier Directory is a free service with on-line registration and updating by the supplier.
Being an integrated part of the e-commerce system Food Ingredients Trade at www.foodit.net, a participation in the Directory is an important marketing tool for all suppliers.
Ingredient Supplier Directory is powered by FoodIT A/S. Inquiries may be directed to info@foodit.net
www.foodit.net /sd/index.php   (81 words)

 Ingredient Substitutions
Each ingredient has specific functions in a recipe, and a substitute may alter the flavor, color, texture, or volume, but still result in an acceptable product.
Heat the following ingredients until sugar and butter are dissolved: 1/3 cup and 2 tbsp evaporated milk, 1 cup sugar, 3 tbsp butter or margarine
K-State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well-being of Kansans.
www.oznet.ksu.edu /humannutrition/INGSUB.HTM   (1296 words)

 Ingredient Substitutions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
She hadn't done much baking and this was a real labor of love.
It was such a small amount of an ingredient she was missing.
The next time (if there was a next time!) she'd know to add the baking powder to the recipe.
lancaster.unl.edu /food/ftfeb01.htm   (2181 words)

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