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  • noun Plural form of gluconate.

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  • Carbohydrates such as sugar and tapioca starch reached record highs in recent times, starch are key raw materials in the manufacturing of lactic acid, its derivatives and gluconates.

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  • Purac, which is a subsidiary of the bakery supplies and food ingredients firm CSM, produces lactic acid and lactates and is a supplier of gluconates.

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  • For many years, lactic acid, its derivates and mineral gluconates have been used in a wide range of pharmaceutical applications.

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  • For many years, lactic acid, its derivates and mineral gluconates have been used in a wide range of pharmaceutical applications.

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  • PURAC supplies the pharmaceuticals industry with natural L (+) - lactic acid, its derivatives and mineral gluconates.

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  • Purac, which is a subsidiary of the bakery supplies and food ingredients firm CSM, produces lactic acid and lactates and is a supplier of gluconates.

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  • Purac, which is a subsidiary of the bakery supplies and food ingredients firm CSM, produces lactic acid and lactates and is a supplier of gluconates.

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  • PURAC supplies the pharmaceuticals industry with natural L (+) - lactic acid, its derivatives and mineral gluconates.

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  • Purac, which is a subsidiary of the bakery supplies and food ingredients firm CSM, produces lactic acid and lactates and is a supplier of gluconates.

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  • PURAC is the world's largest and most experienced producer of natural lactic acid, lactates and gluconates.

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