Calcium sulfate is an inorganic compound. It has numerous uses commercially. All forms of this chemical compound are white solids in appearance that are poorly miscible in water. Calcium sulfate causes permanent hardness in water. The primary use of calcium sulfate is to prepare the plaster of Paris and stucco. The primary sources of calcium sulfate are naturally occurring gypsum and anhydrite that occur at numerous locations worldwide as evaporites. These may be derived by open-cast quarrying or by deep mining. The calcium sulfate hydrates are utilised as a coagulant in products like that in tofu. According to the FDA guidelines, calcium sulfate is permitted in cheese and related cheese products like cereal flours, bakery products, frozen desserts, artificial sweeteners for jelly and preserves, condiment vegetables, and condiment tomatoes and some candies. Calcium sulfate also used as a firming agent, a flour treatment agent, a sequestrant, and a leavening agent.
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