3.082 Additif alimentaire E238, Formiate de calcium

Sel ou ester de l’acide formique combiné à ce métal. Utilisé dans de nombreux produits allant du supplément alimentaire pour animaux, au médicament vétérinaire en passant par le ciment et le tannage du cuir.

Je n’ai pas trouvé de produits alimentaires ou cosmétiques contenant ce produit, quelques suppléments en contient. Cependant, il est largement utilisé dans les suppléments pour animaux, il est considérée comme sûre pour le consommateur.

Autres noms

FrancaisAnglais
diformiate de calciumCalcium Formate
 CALCIUM FORMATE [HSDB]
 CALCOFORM
 208-863-7
 FORMIC ACID CALCIUM SALT
 544-17-2
 NDI 658 [FDMS]

Fonction et caractéristiques

Agent de conservation, durcisseur, substitution du sel.

CARACTÉRISTIQUES

Poudre cristalline blanche et inodore, facilement soluble dans l’eau et insoluble dans l’alcool

Utilisations

Serait autorisé uniquement dans le fromage Provolone.

Utilisations détaillées

#CategoryCategory Description
1AdhesiveGeneral adhesives and binding agents for a variety of uses
2Adhesive, powder, consumer_useTerm applied when the only information the source indicates is ‘consumer’ or ‘consumer product’ ; also applied to terms that the source indicates are for consumer use, yet the descriptor term is ambivalent about usage (e.g., cleaning_washing products may be for industrial or consumer use, when the source indicates consumer use, the consumer_use term is also applied) – see appendix for full list of unambiguous consumer related terms plus ambiguous consumer related terms which if indicated are labeled with ‘consumer_use’
3AgriculturalRelating to agricultural, including the raising and farming of animals and growing of crops
4Agricultural, animalRelated to animals (but non-veterinary) e.g., animal husbandry, farming of animals/animal production, raising of animals for food or fur, animal feed, products for household pets
5Agricultural, cropProducts used on crops, or related to the growing of crops
6AntifreezingAntifreezing agents, or de-icing products
7BufferBuffer or pH regulating agent
8Building_constructionRelated to the building or construction process for buildings or boats (includes activities such as plumbing and electrical work, bricklaying, etc)
9Building_construction, brickBricks or related to bricklaying/masonry
10Building_materialMaterials used in the building process, such as flooring, insulation, caulk, tile, wood, glass, etc.
11Building_material, fillerFillers for paints, textiles, plastics, etc
12Building_material, flooringFlooring materials (carpets, wood, vinyl flooring), or related to flooring such as wax or polish for floors
13Building_material, insulationInsulating materials to protect from noise, cold, etc (such as used in homes or buildings), insulating materials related to electricity
14Building_material, pavingRelated to cement, concrete, or asphalt materials
15Building_material, viscous_liquidCaulk, mortar, or putty compounds
16Building_material, wallsWall construction materials, or wall coverings
17Chemical, laboratoryModifier used for chemical, when chemical is used in a laboratory
18Child_useRelated to products specifically designed for children (e.g. toys, children’s cosmetics, etc)
19Cleaning_washing, dishwashingRelated to dishwashing products (soaps, rinsing agents, softeners, etc)
20Cleaning_washing, laundryLaundry products (such as cleaning/washing agents), or laundry facilities
21ConstructionGeneral construction (as opposed to those things labeled building_construction); i.e. when source only indicates ‘construction,’ construction of roads, or engineering
22Consumer_useTerm applied when the only information the source indicates is ‘consumer’ or ‘consumer product’ ; also applied to terms that the source indicates are for consumer use, yet the descriptor term is ambivalent about usage (e.g., cleaning_washing products may be for industrial or consumer use, when the source indicates consumer use, the consumer_use term is also applied) – see appendix for full list of unambiguous consumer related terms plus ambiguous consumer related terms which if indicated are labeled with ‘consumer_use’
23DetergentDetergents with wide variety of applications; modifiers included when known
24EnzymeEnzyme inhibitors, stabilizers, and enzyme replacement agents
25FillerFillers for paints, textiles, plastics, etc
26HuntingRelated to the activity of hunting
27Industrial, adhesive, water_basedModifier included when source indicates the product is water based
28Industrial_manufacturing
29Manufacturing, adhesiveGeneral adhesives and binding agents for a variety of uses
30Manufacturing, agrochemicalAgricultural chemicals used on a variety of crops
31Manufacturing, building_material, pavingRelated to cement, concrete, or asphalt materials
32Manufacturing, building_material, roofingRoofing materials or roofing activities
33Manufacturing, building_material, woodWood used as a building material, wood preservatives
34Manufacturing, chemicalGeneral term used only when the only information known from the source is ‘chemical,’ typically related to manufacturing of chemicals, or laboratory chemicals
35Manufacturing, exportRelated to manufacturing for export (additional information unknown)
36Manufacturing, fertilizerFertilizer for consumer or industrial use, and manufacturing of fertilizers
37Manufacturing, foodFood for human consumption, does not include food additives (see food_additive); also includes manufacture of food, facilities related to food (with appropriate modifiers)
38Manufacturing, leatherLeather products, and products/chemicals used in the process of tanning and dressing leather
39Manufacturing, machinesManufacturing of or related to machinery, for production of cement or food, air/spacescraft machinery, electrical machinery, etc
40Manufacturing, mineralsNon-metallic mineral products and their manufacture
41Manufacturing, pesticideSubstances used for preventing, destroying or mitigating pests
42Manufacturing, soapSoaps, includes personal care products for cleansing the hands or body, and soaps/detergents for cleaning products, homes, etc
43PaintVarious types of paint for various uses, modifiers included when more information is known
44Paint, water_basedModifier included when source indicates the product is water based
45PaperRelated to the manufcturing of pulp or paper products, or paper products in general
46Pesticide, biocide, active_ingredientActive ingredients in a product (often active ingredients in pesticide, if so also tagged with ‘pesticide’)
47PhotographicRelated to photography, film, photographic equipment, photographic laboraties, photochemicals, and developing of photographs
48Process_regulatorAccelerators, activators, oxidation agents, reducing agents, etc
49Resource_extraction, gasRelated to fracking, natural gas, industrial gases
50Resource_extraction, oilCrude oil, crude petroleum, refined oil products, fuel oils, drilling oils
51SoapSoaps, includes personal care products for cleansing the hands or body, and soaps/detergents for cleaning products, homes, etc

Toxicité

Douteux

Les risques

Le formiate de calcium n’est pas irritant pour la peau mais provoque des effets indésirables graves sur les yeux. Il est probable que la manipulation de l’additif pourrait entraîner des réactions cutanées et la production de poussières respirables qui pourraient présentent un risque pour les travailleurs non protégés.

RÉSIDUS AUTORISÉS (dits Critères de pureté)

Non disponible

Dosage maximum dans les produits transformés

Non disponible

Liste des agents de conservation autorisés (Listes des additifs alimentaires autorisés) (Canada)

Non listé

Liste des additifs alimentaires autorisés ayant d’autres utilisations acceptées(Canada)

Non listé

DSL – Liste intérieure des substances (Canada)

Non listé

Liste des substances ajoutées aux aliments Substances Added to Food (formerly EAFUS)

Non listé

OTC Active Ingredients

Non listé

DrugPortal

Listé

UNII Code

NP3JD65NPY

EINECS (European INventory of Existing Commercial chemical Substances)

208-863-7

Flavor and Extract Manufacturers Association (FEMA)

Non listé

Avantages

Aide à protéger contre la détérioration des aliments causée par les micro-organismes

Source de l’additif

Synthétique

Origine

La forme minérale est très rare et appelée formicaite. Il est connu de quelques gisements de bore. Il peut être produit par synthèse en faisant réagir de l’oxyde de calcium ou de l’hydroxyde de calcium avec de l’acide formique

VégétaleNonAnimaleNonMinéraleOuiSynthétiqueOui

Convient aux régimes

VégétarienOuiVégétalienNonHallalNonKosherNon
BiologiqueNonSans glutenOuiSans noixOuiSans œufsOui

Autorisé dans les pays suivants

Aucun retrouvé

L’utilisation du formiate de calcium est actuellement autorisée comme agent de conservation dans l’alimentation de toutes les espèces animales, mais n’est pas autorisé comme additif alimentaire dans l’UE

Utilisation restreinte

CountryStatusMatched Term
États-UnisMatching Terms Not Found

Utilisation interdite

Conservateur de synthèse interdit en France, Suisse, Australie et Angleterre.

CountryStatusMatched Term
European UnionNot Permitted
Australia and New ZealandNot Permitted
PhilippinesNot Permitted
AutricheNot Permitted
BelgiqueNot Permitted
BulgarieNot Permitted
ChypreNot Permitted
République tchèqueNot Permitted
DanemarkNot Permitted
EstonieNot Permitted
FinlandeNot Permitted
FranceNot Permitted
AllemagneNot Permitted
GrèceNot Permitted
HongrieNot Permitted
IrlandeNot Permitted
ItalieNot Permitted
LettonieNot Permitted
LituanieNot Permitted
LuxembourgNot Permitted
MalteNot Permitted
Pays-BasNot Permitted
PologneNot Permitted
PortugalNot Permitted
RoumanieNot Permitted
SlovaquieNot Permitted
SlovénieNot Permitted
EspagneNot Permitted
SuèdeNot Permitted
Royaume-UniNot Permitted
AustralieNot Permitted
Nouvelle-ZélandeNot Permitted

Spécification technique

  • CAS  544-17-2
  • Formule moléculaire; Ca(HCOO)2
  • EINECS Number: Registry No. 2088637

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Ou peut-on retrouvé

Conservateur alimentaire, aliment pour animaux, nombreuses industries.

Exemple de catégories de produits alimentaires transformés contenant l’additif

Exemple de produit (open food fact)

Aucun produit

Autres applications non alimentaires

Liste restreinte de l’EWG pour les produits de nettoyage (ingrédients acceptables avec vérification)

Substance / IngrédientAutre nomCASRestriction
ACIDE FORMIQUE, SEL DE CALCIUMDiformate de calcium544-17-2L’utilisation de tous les ingrédients classés H318 est limitée à 3% dans les produits à pulvériser en raison de la classification «provoque des lésions oculaires graves» (GHS H318).

Cosmétiques et soins de la peau

Non listé

Ses fonctions (INCI)

Non listé

Example de produit cosmétique en contenant:

Aucun retrouvé

Pharmaceutique

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Autres utilisations;

Fabrication de

  • Adhésifs industriels
  • Adhésifs et mastics résidentiel
  • Aliment complémentaire pour réduire le risque de maladie métabolique pour vaches laitières
  • Aliment minéral diététique pour la prévention de la fièvre vitulaire chez les vaches laitières.
  • Béton
  • Carburants et produits connexes
  • Charges mastic
  • Chaussures
  • Ciment Portland
  • Colle
  • Conservateur pour l’ensilage
  • Dans les fluides de forage et les lubrifiants
  • Dry-Mix système. Accélérer le taux de durcissement du ciment
  • Enduits
  • Engrais
  • Equipements électroniques
  • Jouets
  • Liant pour briquettes de minerai fin
  • Liquides / détergents de lavage en machine
  • Matériaux de construction
  • Matériaux de construction : en métal, en bois et en plastique
  • Meubles
  • Nourriture animale, stimulation de l’appétit et de réduction du taux de diarrhée.
  • Papier et produits en carton
  • Parfums et assainisseurs d’air
  • Pâte à modeler
  • Peintures et revêtements
  • Peut également être utilisé en remplacement de l’acide formique dans l’opération de décapage.
  • Planchers
  • Production d’acide formique.
  • Produits agricoles (non pesticides)
  • Produits antigel et dégivrants
  • Produits de lessive et de vaisselle
  • Produits d’entretien automobile
  • Produits en cuir
  • Revêtements de sol
  • Rideaux
  • Stuc
  • Teindre le cuir
  • Tuiles
  • Utilisé comme accélérant du bétonnage pour le ciment.

Autres informations

Alimentation animale ; Considérant que le renouvellement du formiate est rapide, sans signe d’accumulation dans les tissus corporels, ni les concentrations de calcium ni de formiate n’augmenteront dans les tissus comestibles des animaux alimentés avec du formiate de calcium ; les consommateurs ne sont pas exposés. Par conséquent, la l’utilisation de formiate de calcium comme additif alimentaire chez toutes les espèces animales est considérée comme sûre pour le consommateur. (source rapport EFSA)

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