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Glycerin for Pet Food

Posted by Danielle Wentworth on Feb 11, 2020 10:15:00 AM

Twin Rivers Technologies Glycerin Value for

Pet Food Market

Twin Rivers offers a full line of Glycerin products including 99.7% refined glycerin vegetable grade that meets USP-NF and FCC specifications and is safe to use in Pet Food applications.  Our refinery uses only the highest quality oleo-raw materials to produce a very low odor, light color glycerin. Our process is designed to produce products that meet Monograph requirements for glycerin content and purity and are manufactured with strict adherence to GMP and SQF standards. Our glycerin refinery is Level 2 SQF Certified and TRT is a HACCP Based Food Safety Plan Supplier.

 

 

In 2015, Twin Rivers Technologies' Glycerin Refinery received Safe Quality Food (SQF) Level 2 Certification. This certification reflects the goal of Twin Rivers Technologies' food safety management system to improve business processes, increase efficiencies and reduce risk. SQF certification is recognized worldwide informing customers that they are doing business with a company that adheres to the strictest food safety and sanitation standards. It gives consumers a sense of confidence to know that they are buying products from a company recognized for producing safe food products. This certification gives external validation to the internal commitment to safety to which Twin Rivers Technologies has always adhered. 


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20 Common Products Containing Glycerin

Posted by Danielle Wentworth on Apr 8, 2019 10:08:00 AM

Merriam-Webster defines glycerin as a "thick, sweet, clear liquid used in making medicines, food, soap, etc."  They further define it as "a sweet syrupy hygroscopic trihydroxy alcohol C3H8O3 usually obtained by the saponification of fats and used especially as a solvent and plasticizer, as a moistening agent, emollient, and lubricant, and as an emulsifying agent" (https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/glycerol#medicalDictionary).  

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