Lecithin typical applications in Food/Feed/Nutraceutical :

Lecithin Pro Food application

Lecitin is a key ingredient in a wide variety of processed foods. Lecithin commonly used as a food additive as an emulsifying agent,releasing agent (non-stick), thickener, dispersant, that helps bind ingredients that normally don’t stick together, such as oil and water. Including: |LeciPro980 Granules (soy) | LeciPro980 Powder (soy) | LeciProW980 Powder(soy) | LeciProSF97 Granules (Sunflower) |LeciProSF97 Powder (Sunflower) | LeciProE97 Granules (Egg) | LeciProE97 Powder (Egg) |

Nutraceutical applications

Phospholipids (PL) are a class of lipid compounds with important physiological functions extracted from hydrated oil feet of vegetable oils such as soybean oil and rapeseed oil or animal brain and egg yolk. Commercially available phospholipids are complex mixtures of ingredients, including : phosphatidylcholine (PC), phosphatidylethanolamine (PE), phosphatidylinositol (PI), phosphatidylserine (PS), etc. The lipophilicity of PC and PE and the wide distribution of phospholipids in animals and plants have determined that it has important applications in the fields of food, medicine, chemical industry, environmental protection and cosmetics.

Feed Applications

Lecithin is being used more and more widely in the feed industry worldwide due to their unique physical and chemical properties and nutritional value. Adding phospholipids has become an important means to improve the quality of animal feed, and is suitable for breeding livestock (fish and shrimp) feed. The use of phospholipids, together with the appropriate use of fat, can greatly improve the lactation of mammals, the hatching rate of poultry eggs, the hatching rate of fish and crab eggs and the breeding rate of seedlings in small animal feed.