Calcium Carbonate :
Food grade calcium carbonate is usually added to many foods like ready-to-eat breakfast cereals and cereal bars, milk alternatives such as soy or almond milk, and some baked goods. Selecting foods fortified with Calcium Carbonate can help you reach your daily requirements for calcium.
Magnesium Carbonate (Dolomite):
Magnesium carbonate, also known as magnesite, is a naturally occurring mineral. It’s practically insoluble in water and insoluble in alcohol. Magnesium carbonate is widely used as a food additive to prevent caking and as a whitener in food processing applications. It is also used as a demolding agent in the manufacturing of biscuits, as a carbonate source in soft drinks, as well as a source of magnesium in dietary supplements.
Magnesium Silicate (Talc) :
Talc also is used as an anti-stick coating agent in a number of popular foods including chewing gum, boiled sweets, cured meats, and for rice polishing. In olive oil production, as a processing aid, it increases yield and improves the clarity of the oil.