Features and Benefits of Gellan Gum

The gellan gum is a polysaccharide can be produced by a fermentation of a pure culture of a sphingomoas elodea. So the composition and structure of a native gellan gum can be produced by a fermentation of a pure culture.


Gellan gum is identical to the nature-based occurring on as polysaccharide can be formed by a sphingomonas elodea on plants of lily pad varieties. So the multifunctional hydrocolloid can be used at a low level.


Features of Gellan gum:


It has a wide variety of products which require gelling, terrorizing, stabilizing, suspending, firm forming and structuring. So the gellan gum can be more effective at a low level. And it can form as a fluid gel with monovalent and divalent cations. The gellan gum can be available in two grades as a high and low acyl content which form as soft and hard gels.


It can vary the ratio of two forms can produce a wide range of textures can allow as a formulation flexibility for our personal uses. The advantage of gllan gum has the ability to create a low viscosity suspension in the products like a mouthwash.


It can suspend the activities so the product has to be robustness and it can offer the formulation flexibility without impacting the consumer user experience. So the salts can present in toothpaste can interact to gel and give a fluid gel as a low viscosity liquid with an appreciable yield stress. It can be used at a low concentration in conjunction with thickening silica. And it can provide as a light, clean mouth feel, and a high flavour impact.


Benefits of Gellan Gum:
* More effective at very low concentrations
* No flavour masking
* Manufactured by fermentation
* The wide range of textures from brittle to elastic
* It is soluble for high and low temperatures with a set temperature with the gellan gum properties as well as achieved by balancing sequestrates.

Post time: Mar-11-2018