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We are counted amongst the leading manufacturers, exporters and suppliers of excellent quality Cassia powder that is used as a pet food. Processed by making use of advanced techniques to remove the impurities such as stones, undeveloped seed, farm waste, this powder is highly used in the making of all meat containing dishes, frozen dairy dessert and poultry products. To meet the varied need of our customers, we provide this Cassia powder in various air tightening packaging options.
Easily soluble in water
Balanced film forming
Cassia gum, flour from the endosperm of Cassia Tora is well suited for use in the manufacture of gels in combination of other colloids and has potentially numerous food applications. It is used as a thickening agent in pet food and other technical applications (e.g. emulsification, foam stabilization, moisture retention and texture improvement) at concentrations comparable to those of other edible natural gums. Cassia Gum is approved for use in Europe and is listed as a stabilizer (thickening and gelling agent) in the manufacture of canned pet foods (for cats and dogs). It is also approved for use in Japan and is listed as a food additive.
Product Cassia Gum Powder used for stabilising, binding & thickness agent.
Organoleptic Colour - Off white go light ton
Odor - Practicalls oderless.
Properties Physical & chemical
Protein (N x 6.25): 05-10%
Gum (By diff.):60-80%
Acid Insoluble: 07-13%
Cold Viscosity 1% sol. Brokfielf 4/20@ 25oC. Temp. 20-100cps.
Retain on 60mesh 10-15%
25kgs net HDPE polywoven paper fabric.
Bass, inside PP liner.
It is used in making air freshener gels.
It is used as a gelling agent, in place of Locust Bean Gum or Carob Gum, in conjunction with Carrageenan for wet canned pet food.
It is used as a food additive in Japan.
Gum Cassia is offered with a low concentration of chrysophanic acid (10 ppm max).