Pectin is a polysaccharide starch present in fruit and vegetable cell walls. Pectin is used as a fat and sugar replacer in jams, jellies, frozen foods, and, more recently, low-calorie meals. It is used to lower blood cholesterol levels and treat gastrointestinal issues.
Purity of the Ingredients- 99%
Country of Origin-India
BENEFITS AND APPLICATIONS-
- Our pectin is generally used as a thickener in food manufacturing and home cooking.
- Pectin is a gelling agent in innumerable food compositions.
- It is used in marmalade, jams, and jellies because it gives a lovely gelatinous texture when cooked at a high temperature with acid and sugar.
- It is a base ingredient for preparing tarts that require a solid, slightly gelatinous texture and a transparent fruit glaze known as "napping".
- Pectin is an important element of time-release coverings, which are used in various drugs.
HOW IT WORKS-
- Pectin works as a food emulsifier. It is used to blend two immiscible liquids.
- It works as a soluble fiber supplement to help decrease cholesterol, enhance blood sugar levels, and maintain a healthy weight.
CONCENTRATION AND SOLUBILITY-
- It is recommended that it should be used at a concentration of 10%.
- It is soluble in water but is insoluble in oil.