Sea Life (Vegan Dietary Fibre)
|Categories||Emulsifiers / Lecithins; Fibres|
|Sales markets||Middle East; Asia; Australia; Central/South America|
|End-Use Categories||Bakery; Confectionary; Dairy; Desserts / ice cream; Food Supplements; Healthy Food & Beverages; Proteins; Ready meals|
|Certifications||Halal; Health & Safety (GMP, HAACP and equivalents); Kosher; Quality assurance|
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Plant Gel (Gellan Gum)
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Spreadable Agar Agar Wondergel
Wondergel is a unique functional ingredient obtained by transforming the
rigid structure of native agar-agar with no chemical treatment to give a softer
and creamy texture while still maintaining the natural benefits of seaweed fibre.
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Agar Instant (Fast Soluble Agar)
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Sodium Alginate is the sodium salt of alginic acid
extracted from the cell walls of brown algae, Phaeophyceae, with chelating
activity. It is widely used in molecular gastronomy. It is a white powder,
odourless and tasteless, slowly soluble in water forming a viscous solution.