E440 Pectin

E440 Pectin is a polysaccharide obtained by water-alcohol extraction from apple or beet pomace, citrus peel and the residues of sunflower oil production. Pectins belong to the class of fillers, gelling agents, stabilizers, and coating and thickening agents. The fact that pectin is a plant food offers many advantages to food technology and product development. The additive, which is approved under the E-number E440, may be used without maximum limits. Pectin can be purchased all over the world via B2B wholesalers, suppliers and producers.

In the food industry, E440 pectin is used in the production of long-life baked goods, cake glazes, sauces, mayonnaise, desserts, ice cream, gelling sugar, confectionery, jams, marmalades and jellies, and fruit preparations such as yogurt. Pectin is also used to stabilize cloudy juices and as a protein protective colloid in sour milk drinks. Like agar-agar, carrageenan or alginic acid, pectin can serve as a vegetable alternative to gelatin.

Synonyms and similar search terms: CAS 9000-69-5, Apple pectin, rosehip pectin, quince pectin, orange pectin, lemon pectin, apricot pectin, cherry pectin, carrot pectin, E440 pectin supplier, E440 pectin trader, E440 pectin producer

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