Cellulose gum, also known as cellulose gel, is a hydrated form of cellulose used as a thickener or stabilizer many “wet” foods such as ice cream and frozen yogurt. See: Cellulose

Health considerations

See: Cellulose

Keep in mind

See: Dietary Fiber

May be found in

Milk, cheese, cereal, sweeteners, sauces, alcoholic beverages, prepackaged food, processed food

Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition
CODEX Alimentarius

Alternative Spellings and Names

Carboxymethyl cellulose, E466

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