Gum Arabic is a substance with an extremely universal application: we can find it both in food products and pharmaceuticals, as well as in adhesives and paints.GET A QUOTE
Properties of Gum Arabic GA-1000
Gum Arabic GA-1000 owes its wide application to its thickening, stabilizing, and emulsifying properties. You can find Gum Arabic in almost all confectionery products (mainly cocoa and chocolate) because it prevents sugar crystallization and combines the ingredients, which guarantees the right consistency. Medicine uses Arabic gum as a shielding agent in mucous membrane inflammation and as auxiliary raw material in the pharmacy recipe.
- thickening, stabilizing, and emulsifying properties
- guarantees the right consistency of products
- prevents crystallization
|Name:||Gum Arabic GA-1000|
|Identifier (CAS no.):||9000-01-5|
|Other name:||Gum Arabic, acacia, acaciadealbata gum|
|Shelf life||3 years if unopened|
|Suggested storage conditions:||Keep containers tightly closed in cool, dry and well-ventilated area.|
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Use of Gum Arabic GA-1000
Medicine and Pharmacy
Due to its protective properties, it is sometimes used in antitussive preparations to alleviate inflammation of the mucous membranes. It is an auxiliary substance in the processes of granulating and tableting medicinal substances, it is also a component of coatings in coated tablets.
Production of paints
Gum Arabic is used in the production of paints, in photography, in printing, where it increases the adhesion and durability of the ink.
Currently, gum arabic is known as a food additive with the symbol E414. In the food industry, it is used as a thickening, stabilizing, emulsifying and glazing agent. We can find it, for example, in dairy products for children (yogurts, drinks), in functional dairy products (e.g. probiotics, increasing immunity), in chewing gums, confectionery products, and in beers and soft drinks in which it stabilizes the foam.