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Lactylated Monoglyceride

Lactylated Monoglyceride. A surfactant (q.v.) obtained by reacting lactic acid (q.v.) with monoglycerides (q.v.). It finds its principal applications in cakes (q.v.), toppings (q.v.), and icings (q.v.) in which aeration (q.v.) plays a major role.