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Highest Quality Shellac & Shellac Varnish Manufacturer
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Hazel Nut Chocolate


We bring forth very tasty and hygienically processed Hazel Nut Chocolate. Our hazel nut chocolate is obtainable in numerous airtight packaging that can be customized according to the customer’s diverse requirements. These hazel nut chocolate are in well known among our customers for their delicious taste. Along with that, our offered hazel nut chocolate is checked by our quality experts before dispatching the market for sell.

Features:

• Freshness
• Highly nutritious
• Chocolaty taste
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Candy Glaze
Confectioner’s glaze or Resinous glaze refers to a coating that is high- quality shellac made from a natural resin, prepared specifically for food use. When used in food and confections, it is also known as confectioner's glaze, candy glaze,resinous glaze, pure food glaze, natural glaze, or confectioner's resin.

Confectioner’s glaze used for candy contains roughly up to 35% shellac, while the remaining components are volatile organic compounds that evaporate after the glaze is applied.

The main uses of glaze in confectionery are to do with coating chocolate goods, such as candy-covered nuts and raisins, and similar products. But what many people may not realize is that it’s also used as a coating on some nutritional supplements, medicines, chewing gum, fruit, and even coffee beans. It's a common ingredient in children's medicines and even some children's frozen foods.

Confectioner’s glaze is applied to foods to help protect the food’s surface and improve the appearance by providing a smooth, glossy finish. Simply brush on the glaze to make your sugar art shine. You can even restore bloomed candy with this glaze. Because ordinary cleaning products will not work to clean your brushes and tools, it is recommended that you use Confectioner’s Glaze Thinner to clean up.

The confectioners glaze works well as a paint medium. Simply mix the glaze with your powder colors or luster’s and mix, this creates a perfect paint mixture that can be used on any confectionery item such as; Fondant, chocolate etc.

Confectioners or candy glaze made from wax-free shellac. Since it is wax free, it has a lower viscosity allowing for a higher solids application. Clear or Refined Glaze provides quick uniform drying, superior color retention, prolonged appearance and taste over extended time periods. The finished product will have a clear brilliant finish and enhanced clarity.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (U.S. FDA) has reviewed the ingredients used in resinous and confectioner’s glazes and approved their use in foods. The product is listed on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Inactive ingredient list. The FDA classifies shellac as GRAS, or Generally, Recognize as Safe.
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Candy Glaze
Confectioner’s glaze or Resinous glaze refers to a coating that is high- quality shellac made from a natural resin, prepared specifically for food use. When used in food and confections, it is also known as confectioner's glaze, candy glaze,resinous glaze, pure food glaze, natural glaze, or confectioner's resin.

Confectioner’s glaze used for candy contains roughly up to 35% shellac, while the remaining components are volatile organic compounds that evaporate after the glaze is applied.

The main uses of glaze in confectionery are to do with coating chocolate goods, such as candy-covered nuts and raisins, and similar products. But what many people may not realize is that it’s also used as a coating on some nutritional supplements, medicines, chewing gum, fruit, and even coffee beans. It's a common ingredient in children's medicines and even some children's frozen foods.

Confectioner’s glaze is applied to foods to help protect the food’s surface and improve the appearance by providing a smooth, glossy finish. Simply brush on the glaze to make your sugar art shine. You can even restore bloomed candy with this glaze. Because ordinary cleaning products will not work to clean your brushes and tools, it is recommended that you use Confectioner’s Glaze Thinner to clean up.

The confectioners glaze works well as a paint medium. Simply mix the glaze with your powder colors or luster’s and mix, this creates a perfect paint mixture that can be used on any confectionery item such as; Fondant, chocolate etc.

Confectioners or candy glaze made from wax-free shellac. Since it is wax free, it has a lower viscosity allowing for a higher solids application. Clear or Refined Glaze provides quick uniform drying, superior color retention, prolonged appearance and taste over extended time periods. The finished product will have a clear brilliant finish and enhanced clarity.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (U.S. FDA) has reviewed the ingredients used in resinous and confectioner’s glazes and approved their use in foods. The product is listed on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Inactive ingredient list. The FDA classifies shellac as GRAS, or Generally, Recognize as Safe.
Candy Glaze
Confectioner’s glaze or Resinous glaze refers to a coating that is high- quality shellac made from a natural resin, prepared specifically for food use. When used in food and confections, it is also known as confectioner's glaze, candy glaze,resinous glaze, pure food glaze, natural glaze, or confectioner's resin.

Confectioner’s glaze used for candy contains roughly up to 35% shellac, while the remaining components are volatile organic compounds that evaporate after the glaze is applied.

The main uses of glaze in confectionery are to do with coating chocolate goods, such as candy-covered nuts and raisins, and similar products. But what many people may not realize is that it’s also used as a coating on some nutritional supplements, medicines, chewing gum, fruit, and even coffee beans. It's a common ingredient in children's medicines and even some children's frozen foods.

Confectioner’s glaze is applied to foods to help protect the food’s surface and improve the appearance by providing a smooth, glossy finish. Simply brush on the glaze to make your sugar art shine. You can even restore bloomed candy with this glaze. Because ordinary cleaning products will not work to clean your brushes and tools, it is recommended that you use Confectioner’s Glaze Thinner to clean up.

The confectioners glaze works well as a paint medium. Simply mix the glaze with your powder colors or luster’s and mix, this creates a perfect paint mixture that can be used on any confectionery item such as; Fondant, chocolate etc.

Confectioners or candy glaze made from wax-free shellac. Since it is wax free, it has a lower viscosity allowing for a higher solids application. Clear or Refined Glaze provides quick uniform drying, superior color retention, prolonged appearance and taste over extended time periods. The finished product will have a clear brilliant finish and enhanced clarity.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (U.S. FDA) has reviewed the ingredients used in resinous and confectioner’s glazes and approved their use in foods. The product is listed on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Inactive ingredient list. The FDA classifies shellac as GRAS, or Generally, Recognize as Safe.
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Candy Glaze
Confectioner’s glaze or Resinous glaze refers to a coating that is high- quality shellac made from a natural resin, prepared specifically for food use. When used in food and confections, it is also known as confectioner's glaze, candy glaze,resinous glaze, pure food glaze, natural glaze, or confectioner's resin.

Confectioner’s glaze used for candy contains roughly up to 35% shellac, while the remaining components are volatile organic compounds that evaporate after the glaze is applied.

The main uses of glaze in confectionery are to do with coating chocolate goods, such as candy-covered nuts and raisins, and similar products. But what many people may not realize is that it’s also used as a coating on some nutritional supplements, medicines, chewing gum, fruit, and even coffee beans. It's a common ingredient in children's medicines and even some children's frozen foods.

Confectioner’s glaze is applied to foods to help protect the food’s surface and improve the appearance by providing a smooth, glossy finish. Simply brush on the glaze to make your sugar art shine. You can even restore bloomed candy with this glaze. Because ordinary cleaning products will not work to clean your brushes and tools, it is recommended that you use Confectioner’s Glaze Thinner to clean up.

The confectioners glaze works well as a paint medium. Simply mix the glaze with your powder colors or luster’s and mix, this creates a perfect paint mixture that can be used on any confectionery item such as; Fondant, chocolate etc.

Confectioners or candy glaze made from wax-free shellac. Since it is wax free, it has a lower viscosity allowing for a higher solids application. Clear or Refined Glaze provides quick uniform drying, superior color retention, prolonged appearance and taste over extended time periods. The finished product will have a clear brilliant finish and enhanced clarity.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (U.S. FDA) has reviewed the ingredients used in resinous and confectioner’s glazes and approved their use in foods. The product is listed on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Inactive ingredient list. The FDA classifies shellac as GRAS, or Generally, Recognize as Safe.
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Candy Glaze
Confectioner’s glaze or Resinous glaze refers to a coating that is high- quality shellac made from a natural resin, prepared specifically for food use. When used in food and confections, it is also known as confectioner's glaze, candy glaze,resinous glaze, pure food glaze, natural glaze, or confectioner's resin.

Confectioner’s glaze used for candy contains roughly up to 35% shellac, while the remaining components are volatile organic compounds that evaporate after the glaze is applied.

The main uses of glaze in confectionery are to do with coating chocolate goods, such as candy-covered nuts and raisins, and similar products. But what many people may not realize is that it’s also used as a coating on some nutritional supplements, medicines, chewing gum, fruit, and even coffee beans. It's a common ingredient in children's medicines and even some children's frozen foods.

Confectioner’s glaze is applied to foods to help protect the food’s surface and improve the appearance by providing a smooth, glossy finish. Simply brush on the glaze to make your sugar art shine. You can even restore bloomed candy with this glaze. Because ordinary cleaning products will not work to clean your brushes and tools, it is recommended that you use Confectioner’s Glaze Thinner to clean up.

The confectioners glaze works well as a paint medium. Simply mix the glaze with your powder colors or luster’s and mix, this creates a perfect paint mixture that can be used on any confectionery item such as; Fondant, chocolate etc.

Confectioners or candy glaze made from wax-free shellac. Since it is wax free, it has a lower viscosity allowing for a higher solids application. Clear or Refined Glaze provides quick uniform drying, superior color retention, prolonged appearance and taste over extended time periods. The finished product will have a clear brilliant finish and enhanced clarity.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (U.S. FDA) has reviewed the ingredients used in resinous and confectioner’s glazes and approved their use in foods. The product is listed on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Inactive ingredient list. The FDA classifies shellac as GRAS, or Generally, Recognize as Safe.
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Confectioner’s glaze or Resinous glaze refers to a coating that is high- quality shellac made from a natural resin, prepared specifically for food use. When used in food and confections, it is also known as confectioner's glaze, candy glaze,resinous glaze, pure food glaze, natural glaze, or confectioner's resin.

Confectioner’s glaze used for candy contains roughly up to 35% shellac, while the remaining components are volatile organic compounds that evaporate after the glaze is applied.

The main uses of glaze in confectionery are to do with coating chocolate goods, such as candy-covered nuts and raisins, and similar products. But what many people may not realize is that it’s also used as a coating on some nutritional supplements, medicines, chewing gum, fruit, and even coffee beans. It's a common ingredient in children's medicines and even some children's frozen foods.

Confectioner’s glaze is applied to foods to help protect the food’s surface and improve the appearance by providing a smooth, glossy finish. Simply brush on the glaze to make your sugar art shine. You can even restore bloomed candy with this glaze. Because ordinary cleaning products will not work to clean your brushes and tools, it is recommended that you use Confectioner’s Glaze Thinner to clean up.

The confectioners glaze works well as a paint medium. Simply mix the glaze with your powder colors or luster’s and mix, this creates a perfect paint mixture that can be used on any confectionery item such as; Fondant, chocolate etc.

Confectioners or candy glaze made from wax-free shellac. Since it is wax free, it has a lower viscosity allowing for a higher solids application. Clear or Refined Glaze provides quick uniform drying, superior color retention, prolonged appearance and taste over extended time periods. The finished product will have a clear brilliant finish and enhanced clarity.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (U.S. FDA) has reviewed the ingredients used in resinous and confectioner’s glazes and approved their use in foods. The product is listed on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Inactive ingredient list. The FDA classifies shellac as GRAS, or Generally, Recognize as Safe.
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Aqueous Shellac Solution or Varnish
Clear aqueous shellac solution or varnish provides

(l) A clear aqueous shellac solution or varnish

(2) A shellac solution or varnish capable of yielding tough adhesive, permanently flexible water-resistant films.

(3) A shellac-solution or varnish which is adapted to be further modified by the incorporation therein of suitable pigments, fillers, extenders, and other substances to provide paints, pastes, and other useful products. In other words, a clear shellac solution or varnish is useful in and of itself as a coating composition or adhesive but also as a vehicle for other products such as paints, etc.

Aqueous shellac solutions have been and are generally used as leather and shoe dressings, paper and metal coatings, lithographic varnishes, floor waxes, inks and the like. Clear aqueous shellac varnishes which are highly adhesive in character and yield water resistant films on evaporation.

Due to the swelling action of water on wood, these shellac varnishes should not be used on unprimed wood. However, they can be used over a rosin or drying oil primer to produce a finish comparing favorably with that obtained from a non-aqueous alcohol shellac varnish. They are equally suitable for coating metal and paper objects and as a binder for drawing and printing inks.

Furthermore, they are especially suitable for coating stone, plaster, brick or other porous surfaces. Since they are not affected by further dilution with water, they can be applied to damp concrete or plaster walls. When applied to brick, concrete or plaster walls the varnishes described in this application usually dry to produce a tough tenacious film which does not lift or peel as does a drying oil or varnish film when applied to this type of surface.
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