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Gum Acacia Alland & Robert Gum acacia is an exudation, coming from the Acacia trees. This natural product is obtained by the incision of the stems and branches of the Acacia.It is commonly known as E414 in the food industry. Other commonly used names for the gum acacia across the i...展開 Gum acacia is an exudation, coming from the Acacia trees. This natural product is obtained by the incision of the stems and branches of the Acacia.It is commonly known as E414 in the food industry. Other commonly used names for the gum acacia across the industry: Gum Acacia, Gum Arabic, Acacia Fiber. This natural product is multi-functional. It can be used in food industry, in the Pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries or for technical needs. It is natural, healthy and without any negative impact for our Health. This additive is practically colourless, odourless and tasteless. 收起
Gum Karaya Alland & Robert Gum Karaya (gum sterculia) is the gum-exudation, hardened by air, obtained by the incision of the stems and branches of Sterculia Urens and others species of the Sterculiaceae family (Tomentosa, Setigera). The harvesting areas are mostly situated in west ...展開 Gum Karaya (gum sterculia) is the gum-exudation, hardened by air, obtained by the incision of the stems and branches of Sterculia Urens and others species of the Sterculiaceae family (Tomentosa, Setigera). The harvesting areas are mostly situated in west Africa and India. Gum Karaya is a high molecular-weight acelytated polysaccharide composed of galactose, rhamnose, glucuronic and galacturonic acids. The molecular weight is between 5 000 000 and 8 000 000. Gum Karaya of superior grades comes in tears of variable sizes , pale yellow, pearly, translucent and striated. Average grades have a yellow or pink colour, while low grades are brown. Gum Karaya may be used in oil in water emulsions, encapsulations, as a thickener - stabilizer in soft drinks and as a thickener, fibre enrichment, fat replacer and stabilizer in dairy products. 收起
Shellac Alland & Robert Shellac is a resin composed of aliphatic and polyhydroxynic acids. The molecular weight lies around 1000. Shellac comes in glossy, fine flakes of light yellow to a dark brown colour (depending of the quality) It can be waxy (native form) or dewaxed. Bleac...展開 Shellac is a resin composed of aliphatic and polyhydroxynic acids. The molecular weight lies around 1000. Shellac comes in glossy, fine flakes of light yellow to a dark brown colour (depending of the quality) It can be waxy (native form) or dewaxed. Bleached shellacs come as a cream coloured to yellow powder. Shellac is a resinous secretion of tiny insects, called Laccifer Lacca (coccoidea family) to protect the breeding. These insects live on host-trees mainly located in India (Bihar, Madhya Pradesh and Orissa). Sticklac is the cut branches incrusted with hardened lac. This product is cleaned of plant wastes and impurities, washed, sieved, dried and sold as seedlac. Shellac is only the term used for the refined form of seedlac. The use of Shellac has been known in India and China for nearly 4000 years. Shellac may be used in applications in the food and pharmaceutical fields. It may be used in bakery products as a glazing agent and in confectionery products including: chewing gum sugar free, gum drops, pastilles, tablets, lozenges and coated products like almonds, nuts, peanuts and chocolates. 收起
Ancient Grains In Depth: Bulgur, Buckwheat, Millet, Spelt & Teff Jill Frank Ancient grains continually top the lists of new product launches in the US and Europe. Food expert author, Jill Frank, expands on some grains that may not be widely known or understood including bulgur, buckwheat, millet, spelt and teff.
Chemical Leavening; Predictable & Effective Jill Frank Leavening baked goods requires the incorporation of gas to achieve a crumb structure which is light and airy. Leavening can be accomplished mechanically (example: creaming or lamination), biologically (example: yeast or bacteria like sourdough starters), ...展開 Leavening baked goods requires the incorporation of gas to achieve a crumb structure which is light and airy. Leavening can be accomplished mechanically (example: creaming or lamination), biologically (example: yeast or bacteria like sourdough starters), or chemically. In this article, food expert, Jill Frank, talks about carbion dioxide sources, leavening acids and baking powders. 收起
Food Formulator Playbook: Making Chocolate with Cocoa Butter Alternatives Jill Frank This food formulator playbook discusses the exciting ways of making chocolate with cocoa butter alternatives. High demand for this key chocolate ingredient combined with supply challenges sends many food formulators looking for alternatives. This playboo...展開 This food formulator playbook discusses the exciting ways of making chocolate with cocoa butter alternatives. High demand for this key chocolate ingredient combined with supply challenges sends many food formulators looking for alternatives. This playbook discusses Cocoa Butter Substitue (CBS), Cocoa Butter Replacer (CBR), and Cocoa Butter Equivalent (CBE). 收起
Rosemary: A Natural Antioxidant for Clean Label Food Products Jill Frank Rosemary in a natural antioxidant being used for clean label food products. In this article by industry expert Jill Frank, she discusses how rosemary can be used in formulations, as well as their many useful components such as carnosol, carnosic acid, ro...展開 Rosemary in a natural antioxidant being used for clean label food products. In this article by industry expert Jill Frank, she discusses how rosemary can be used in formulations, as well as their many useful components such as carnosol, carnosic acid, rosmarinol and rosmarinic acids that offer antioxidant effects, and aid in extending the shelf life of food products. 收起
Safflower Blooms with Ingredient Possibilities Jill Frank The safflower plant is primarily grown for its seeds, it also has uses as a color and flavor for foods as well as other industries such as cosmetics and textiles. Learn about how safflower petals, seeds and oil may be used for multiple applications in thi...展開 The safflower plant is primarily grown for its seeds, it also has uses as a color and flavor for foods as well as other industries such as cosmetics and textiles. Learn about how safflower petals, seeds and oil may be used for multiple applications in this article from industry expert Jill Frank. 收起
The Basics of Anti-Caking Agents Jill Frank Anti-caking agents are anhydrous compounds that are added in small amounts to dry foods to prevent the particles caking together and ensure the product remains dry and free-flowing. In this article, food expert, Jill Frank discusses the basics of anti-ca...展開 Anti-caking agents are anhydrous compounds that are added in small amounts to dry foods to prevent the particles caking together and ensure the product remains dry and free-flowing. In this article, food expert, Jill Frank discusses the basics of anti-caking agents. She explains the importance of anti-caking agents in foods as well as other industries such as those producing cosmetics and detergents. 收起
Vitamin B3 (Niacin): A Crucial Nutrient Jill Frank In this article food industry expert Jill Frank discusses the crucial nutrient Vitamin B3 also know as Niacin. She discusses recommended intake, the role of B3 in the body as well as recent news updates on Vitamin B3.
Xanthan Gum: A Multifaceted Polysaccharide Jill Frank From bakery to beverages and sauces to ice creams, xanthan gum helps control thickening across a broad assortment of food products. How is this widely-used ingredient created, what are its key properties and how can it be used in your formulations? Read t...展開 From bakery to beverages and sauces to ice creams, xanthan gum helps control thickening across a broad assortment of food products. How is this widely-used ingredient created, what are its key properties and how can it be used in your formulations? Read this ingredient deep dive from Jill Frank for the 411 on xanthan gum. 收起