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What Makes Lecithin a Good Emulsifier

Lecithin is mainly used by manufacturers for the emulsification and blending of insoluble materials and ingredients. Its structural properties play a large role in making it such a good emulsifier. We have tried to take an in-depth look at the structure and properties of lecithin to understand its emulsification characteristics. You can read it here.

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How to Incorporate Rapeseed Lecithin into Food Formulations

How to Incorporate Rapeseed Lecithin into Food Formulations

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Can Dark Chocolate Truly Shine Without Lecithin?

Can Dark Chocolate Truly Shine Without Lecithin?

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What is Rapeseed Lecithin?

What is Rapeseed Lecithin?

To answer the question of what is rapeseed lecithin, well, this plant-based lecithin is a confluence of functionality, health benefits, and environmental responsibility for F&B manufacturers