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Why is Lecithin added to Animal Feed?

Every year, around 180,000 tons of lecithin is produced to regulate and enhance the attributes of many products. This naturally occurring component in plants also plays a vital role in the nourishment of livestock. 

Lecithin is added to animal feed to produce healthier poultry, ruminants, and fish. It can help in faster growth spurts and better immunity to fight infections, diseases and mortality rates. Adding lecithin to the farm feed can yield good meat quality as well.

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