Liquid Soya Lecithin
Soya Lecithin manufactured by GUJARAT AMBUJA is a complex mixture of acetone insoluble phosphatides, which consist mainly of phosphatidlycholine, phosphatidylethanolamine (PE), phosphatidylserine (PS) and phosphatidylinositol (PI), combined with various amounts of substances such as triglycerides, fatty acids, and carbohydrates as separated from the crude vegetable oil source. The word Lecithin is derived from the Greek term “lekithos – λεκιθος” meaning egg yolk.
Our Soya Lecithin is made from fresh gums, during de-gumming of Soyabean Oil obtained from Non-GMO Soyabean seeds.
Total capacity: 10 MT/Day
Plant location: Kadi
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Lecithin is used in a wide variety of food and non-food products relying on the unique surface-active properties of phospholipids. It disperses readily in oil & forms hydrates/emulsions in water. Used in Non Dairy Creams, Whole Milk Powders, Meat Sauces and Gravies, Margarine, Shortening, Ice Creams, Candy Based Products, Macaroni, Noodles, Salad Oil, Edible Fat and Oils, Spice Oleoresins, Medical, Dietary, Instant Foods etc. Used as emulsifiers, wetting and dispersion agents especially in milk replacers, extrusion adjuvants especially in feed pellets for fish farming, release agents and antioxidants.
Specifications Of Non GMO Soya Lecithin Food Grade:
|Description||Specifications||Method Of Analysis|
|Colour||10-12 Max||Gardner scale|
|Moisture||Max. 1.0%||IS : 548 (Part 1) 1964|
|Acid Value||Max. 30 KOH/g Max||IS : 548 (Part 1) 1964|
|Peroxide Value||Max. 5.0 m.eq||IS : 548 (Part 1) 1964|
|Hexane Insoluble||Max. 1.0 % C||USP. NF – 18 : Method : 1(921)|
|Acetone Insolubles||Min. 62%||USP. NF – 18 :|
|Page : 2259|
|pH Value||7||By pH Meter|
|Viscosity||80 – 120 Poise||Brookefield,Viscometer|
|Total Plate Count cfu / gm||3000 Max.||IS : SP : 18 (Part I) 1980|
|Coliforms cfu / gm||Nil||IS : SP : 18 (Part I) 1980|
|E. Coli. cuf / gm||Nil||IS : SP : 18 (Part I) 1980|
|Yeast & Mould cfu / gm||100 Max.||IS : SP : 18 (Part I) 1980|
|Salmonella 25/ gm||Nil||IS : SP : 18 (Part I) 1980|