Soy Lecithin (IP)
Lecithin is one of the better emulsifiers available for food applications since it is a naturally occurring group of phospholipids. Our Soy Lecithin is extracted from non-GMO soybean oil and is used as a natural emulsifier, stabilizer and dispersing agent for margarine, bakery products, chocolates, coatings and other food products. Certified Non-GMO; Identity Preserved; FCC Grade.
- Soy Lecithin Liquid
- Soy Lecithin Powder (Deoiled)
Lecithin is one of the better emulsifiers available for food applications since it is a naturally occurring group of phospholipids. Due to the prevalence of soy allergies, food manufacturers are slowly making the switch to Sunflower Lecithin, which has proven to be a natural one-to-one replacement while maintaining all the same benefits. Certified Non-GMO; FCC Grade.
- Sunflower Lecithin Liquid
- Sunflower Lecithin Powder (Deoiled)
- Sunflower Lecithin Granules (Deoiled)
- Sunflower Lecithin (Hydrolyzed)
- Sunflower Lecithin (Low Viscosity, Sprayable)
Lecithin is one of the better emulsifiers available for food applications since it is a naturally occurring group of phospholipids. Like sunflower lecithin, Rapeseed (Canola) Lecithin provides an allergen-free option to food manufacturers making it easy to incorporate into product lines with only minor adaptations. Certified Non-GMO; Identity Preserved; FCC Grade.
- Rapeseed Lecithin Liquid
- Rapeseed Lecithin Powder
Med Chain Triglycerides
Medium Chain (Caprylic/Capric) Triglycerides are medium chain fatty acid esters produced from either coconut or palm kernel oil. MCTs function as solubilizers, dissolving a variety of substances that are insoluble in conventional fats and oils. MCTs also provide many health benefits as a dietary supplement. NF Grade; Certified RSPO (MB) for palm-derived.
- MCT Oil (Coconut-derived)
- MCT Oil (Palm-derived)
- MCT Powder (Coconut-derived)
- MCT Powder (Palm-derived)
Synthetic antioxidants are available to restore the natural protection of vegetable oils against oxidative degradation, thus maintaining their fresh appearance and color and increasing their shelf life considerably. These antioxidants are used in the rendering of animal fats, in baked goods and practically in all foods with a high oil content. FCC Grade.
- Tertiary Butyl Hydroquinone
- Butylated Hydroxy Anisole
Natural mixed tocopherols (derived from Non-GMO soy and sunflower oil) consisting of alpha, beta, gamma, delta tocopherols and also tocotrienols help maintain the freshness and shelf life of products. Mixtures high in delta and gamma tocopherols are preferred for stabilizing fats and oils. Mixed tocopherols are an effective natural alternative to synthetic antioxidants.
- Mixed Tocopherols 50%
- Mixed Tocopherols 70%