Locust Bean Gum - 1st Quality
A white to yellowish white, nearly odourless powder also called Carob Gum. It is obtained from the ground endosperm of the seeds (from the pod) of the carob tree (Ceratonia Siliqua L.- Taub. Fam. Leguminosae). The tree produces pods (Locust Beans) also known as St John’s bread (the Manna that came from Heaven). The tree only grows 20kms inland from the Mediterranean Sea.
Gelling, thickening, stabilising and emulsifier agent used in Bakery, Dairy products, Soup and Sauces, Spreads, Petfoods, Frozen Dairy Desserts, Fruit preparations and Frozen Fruit, Salad Dressings, Meat Products, Alcoholic Beverages, Bread, Breakfast Cereal and others.
Min 2400- Max 3000
Pass 250 µm = 100. Pass 75 µm = Max 35
Total Bacterial Count
In 25 kilo 3 ply paper bags with inner polythene liner.
Goods must be stored in a dry, odour free environment
Other Health Hazards
It is advisable to wear face masks or handle the product in an airy room.