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What Makes Sunflower Lecithin a Great Emulsifier

Sunflower lecithin is quickly becoming the go-to choice for emulsification in many industries. While it is not mass available, at least not compared to soy lecithin, it is a better choice because of its differentiating properties.

LECITEIN's director, Raj Murad, talks about what makes sunflower lecithin a great emulsifier in this blog. Do check it out and let us know what you think.

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