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Food Gums


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Food gums, such as xanthan gum (a product of fermentation) and guar gum, are hydrocolloids employed in the food industry for their thickening, stabilizing, and emulsifying properties. These ingredients from natural sources enhance the texture, viscosity, and shelf life of a wide range of food products, including sauces, dressings, and baked goods.


  • Xanthan gum (amylase and cellulase free, salt tolerant, extra clear solution)
  • Modified guar gum (emulsion stabilizer, stable suspension agent, thickener)
  • Guar gum (thickener, stabilizer)
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    • Bakery filling
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    • Ready to drink beverage: coffee, chocolate, tea
    • Drinkable yogurt
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    • Evaporated Milk
    • Condensed Milk
    • Liquid Creamer
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    Mayonnaise and All Purpose Dressing

    • Mayonnaise
    • Vinaigrette
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    Preserves and Desserts

    • Fruit preserves (jams, fruit spreads)
    • Spoonable yogurt
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    Ice Cream

    • Commercial ice cream
    • Soft serve ice cream
    • Popsicles
    • Ice cream ripple
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    Noodles and Seasonings

    • Instant noodles
    • Seasonings
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    Soup, Sauces, Seasonings, and Condiments

    • Catsup
    • Tomato sauce
    • Chili sauce
    • Sweet chili sauce
    • Oyster sauce
    • Lechon sauce
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    • Syrups
    • High solid formula
    • Adhesion syrup with heating (for webbing)
    • Adhesion syrup without heating
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    • Cracker nuts
    • Sheeted snacks (no cooking) rings and wave snacks
    • Sheeted snacks (with steaming and cooking)
    • Extruded snacks
    • Sheeted snacks
    • Gluten free crackers
    • "Pilus" type snack or popnik (lab trial)
    • Extruded snacks
    • Shrimp cracker
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    • Instant Soups and Sauces (powder)

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