With these samples, the 2% enzyme-modified soy lecithin
treatment was the most effective at 97% levels.
Plant Sources of Lecithins
. In: Lecithins
: Sources, Manufacture and Uses, B.F.
The attempts of utilizing lecithin
as accumulation material were based on the existing studies about the usage of surfactant to intensify the treatability of the organic contaminants.
is a mixture of several natural phospholipids (phosphatidyl choline, phosphatidyl inositol, phosphatidyl ethanolamine, and phosphatidic acid) in oil.
Manufacturers will not only have a clean label, non GM lecithin
, but one that matches soy lecithin
in functionality, taste and colour.
is a natural surfactant isolated from eggs or soya bean.
Hanns-Georg Bueschelberger, product line director Lecithins
at Cargill, said: "Cargill's Lecithin
Toolbox is really a risk management and value-for-money system.
They have an extensive product range including gums, waxes, shellac, colours, calcium carbonate, lecithin
and many other functional ingredients.
Colin Crossley of Thew Arnott, and formerly Production Manager of Lucas Meyer's lecithin
facility in Deeside, said "The opening of this new facility allows us to provide our customers with bespoke lecithin-based blends, and enables us to have these, along with standard lecithins
from the Degussa portfolio, delivered in a wide range of packaging, which will comply with the latest handling regulations."
ADM has developed an extensive range of over 500 food ingredients derived from natural sources, including refined vegetable oils, speciality oils and fats, wheat flour, cocoa products, soya proteins and lecithins
, acidulants, xanthan gum, natural-source vitamin E, phytosterols and soya isoflavones.
Alpinetreat supplies all types of liquid, powder and fractionated lecithins
complemented by a complete range of Non-GM soya flours, defatted flours, grits and bran from Soja Austria.