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Baking Powder of Natural Origin!

Hello! I'm Tembusu from Organic Market☆!

Today we would like to introduce a naturally derived baking powder, Rumford Baking Powder!

Rumford Baking Powder is made from natural minerals and non-genetically modified corn. When water or temperature is added to the dough, it acts as an expander, resulting in a fluffy texture.

(*) Alum (an additive containing aluminum) is not used, but since naturally occurring minerals are used as ingredients, very small amounts of aluminum may be present. For this reason, the "Aluminum-free/aluminum-free" statement is no longer used.

What is Rumford Baking Powder?

Rumford Chemical Works, the original manufacturer of Rumford baking powder, began manufacturing baking powder in Rhode Island, USA, in 1858. The factory was established as a chemical products manufacturer and began by producing acid phosphoric acid, the raw material for baking powder. Later, Eben Hosford, a co-founder of Rumford, came up with the revolutionary idea of adding cornstarch as a third ingredient, which is still used in many baking powders today.

Rumford Baking Powder is now one of Clabbergarden's many baking products. The products of the company, a leader in the food industry at home and abroad, are sold in more than 40 countries.

Ingredients] Cornstarch (segregated production and distribution controlled), sodium bicarbonate, mono-calcium phosphate


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