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Disodium Edta
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so its in my salad dressing....and on this pages forbidden list there is disodium.....but ive been searching and so far no one has said its bad when people have listed it as an ingrediant...so confuzzed

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what is the dressing brand and flavour?

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what is the dressing brand and flavour? that's just another word for salt.

Disodium EDTA (and other forms of EDTA) are unrelated to salt.

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sorry - i googled it for the original poster. i'll edit my post. thanks ekatherine.

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Disodium ethylenediaminetetraacetate (EDTA) is a preservative. It is the sodium salt of ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid. It is a big word. It does NOT contain gluten.

"Disodium" by itself is not a complete description of anything; it must be combined with something else to form a compound, whose chemical formula would be Na2-something.

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thank you so much...i dont know what id do without my french salad dressing....

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