CARBOXYMETHYL-CELLULOSE

Toffin Molecular

DESCRIPTION

Carboxymethyl-cellulose [CMC or wood gum] is a cellulose derivative made from cellulose rich raw materials such as wood and cotton lint. Cellulose is amongst the most abundant vegetable materials in the biosphere. Despite its chemical sounding name CMC is a widely used additive in the food industry. CMC is indigestible.