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How is Soy Lecithin Made?

Soy lecithin is one of the most commercially used emulsification agents in the manufacturing business. It is found and extracted from the cell membrane of soybeans. While it can be acquired from naturally harvested soybeans, it mostly comes from genetically modified soy crops to meet the commercially high demand of the market.

Here's a detailed look at each of the steps involved in the extraction and standardisation of soy lecithin.

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Soybean Lecithin and Salmonella Prevention Techniques

Soybean Lecithin and Salmonella Prevention Techniques

The best way to prevent Salmonella contamination in lecithin is to follow the HACCP plan during the crushing of seeds. Some additional steps can also be taken by plant managers as discussed inside.

All Vegans Need to Know About Soy Lecithin

All Vegans Need to Know About Soy Lecithin

While soy lecithin is a vegan-friendly product, its manufacturing process doesn’t match vegan community ethics.

Why is Lecithin Great for Technical Applications?

Why is Lecithin Great for Technical Applications?

Since the phospholipid contents of lecithin have the capability to form a stable blend between insoluble materials, it can have various technical applications.

How to Ensure a Sustainable Supply of Lecithin?

How to Ensure a Sustainable Supply of Lecithin?

The only way to ensure a sustainable supply of lecithin is to switch to a well-stocked lecithin supplier like LECITEIN.