At the end of YD Siman 87 we find the dinim of "mamid". Over there it's speaking about cheese made in the skin of the kevah of a nevilah of treifah. The Rema explains that because it is an issur for itself and a "mamid" (an integral ingredient in making this cheese that without it it wouldn't come to be) is therefore not buttel even in 1000 parts.
What about if there would be mixed in some sort of ingredient that is also "issur" however is not used as a "mamid" but rather used as a preservative that would help sustain the the product that it should stay fresh longer. Would this also be considered a "mamid"? Or perhaps since it doesn't affect the main part of the food that it wouldn't have the din of a mamid (the food can be made without this preservative however it does help to extend the life of it.)
The Rema does add in over there that if there are 2 ingredients (one issur and one heter) that are both an integral part then it would be muter if there is 60 parts against the issur. However the preservatives are seemingly not an "integral" part (which it in and of itself could be the answer to the question.) Tzrich iyun.
I'm looking for a clarity in this issue so please provide sources either way.