- pH: 5.5 - 7.5
- Temperature: 45-60°C
- Widely used in the food & beverage industry as tenderizer especially in meat processing.
- Used as additives in nutraceutical products.
- Used as a feed additive enzyme for animals.
- In the cosmetics industry bromelain enzyme is used to make products for acne removal, wrinkle and skin care treatment.
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