acacia gum


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acacia gum

a dried, gummy exudate of the acacia tree (Acacia senegal) used as a suspending or emulsifying agent in medicines.
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Unlike the majority of products used in the food industry, Acacia Gum is harvested solely from wild trees grown without pesticides, the majority of which are located in the southern Sahel, in Africa.
Three thousand years ago, the Egyptians already ate Acacia Gum and used it to ensure the bandages on mummies stuck fast.
The new range of LITHOGUMTM products are composed of highly purified acacia gum that is light and clear in solution.
2]O extract was significantly lowered as compared to that of the negative control group treated with equal volume of 2% acacia gum (Fig.
Historically the company made its reputation as the world leader in acacia gum, an all natural hydrocolloid used in many food applications for its technical functionalities.
For more than 110 years CNI has been investing in the diversification of acacia gum sources all over Africa in order to select the highest quality gums and to secure its supply source," said Ms.
Acacia gum is an all-natural hydrocolloid used in many food applications for its technical functionalities (emulsifier, mouth-feel enhancer, film-former .
CNI, Colloides Naturels International is the world's leading manufacturer and marketer of acacia gum and other specialty hydrocolloids.
Colloides Naturels International (CNI) has launched Equacia, an association of acacia gum fibers and wheat fibers.
Over time, the business became more focused on acacia gum, or gum arabic, as the company began processing acacia gum to produce unique products for specific applications.
CNI's acacia gum is GRAS, GMO-free and is available with organic certification.