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Lecithin in Bread

The miracle ingredient. Probably the best way to describe this very versatile emulsifier!  Bringing softness to the breakfast table, lecithin not only keeps your daily bread softer but also fresher for a longer period of time. By adding lecithin to wheat flour (1-3%), multiple effects take place. First, during dough processing, lecithin enhances kneading and moulding. Lecithin is responsible for …

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Sunflower Lecithin

As a consequence that more and more people are prone to have allergies, the food industry is requested by law to label all allergenic ingredients on their food products. To have a clean label for their finished products, food marketers are looking for non-allergenic alternatives. This also applies to soy, the main source of lecithin in foods which is considered …

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Newsflash

Sunflower lecithin has become a great alternative to soy lecithin and customers have steadily increased the level of consumption. Encorporating a deoiled powder lecithin in your recipe, creates a clean label; non-GMO and non-allergenic. Deoiled sunflower lecithin powder contains a high concentration of phospholipids, so that even the use of small amounts can achieve very good results in various food …