Use of Seed Gums in Pet Food

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Seed gums are used as an ingredient in wet food for dogs and cats. One can find different seed gums like Guar, Carob, Cassia and Tora as an ingredient in some of the food items for pets. The benefit of the gum is that it can deduct the blood cholesterol level of the dogs and cats. Now that seed gums have their different applications, some of the considerable applications of the seed gums and their involvement in the pet foods are mentioned below.

Roles & Uses of Cassia Gum Powder in Industries

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Cassia Tora is a wild crop, mainly grown in the middle part of India. The Cassia Tora Seeds obtained from the Cassia Tora plant when processed gives Cassia Gum Powder. This galactomannan comprises of around 75% polysaccharide that primarily consists of the linear chain of 1,4-beta-D-mannopyranose units. The ratio of galactose to mannose in Cassia Tora is 1:5.

Invisible Ingredient In Wet Canned Pet Food – Cassia Gum Powder

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Cassia Gum Powder is one of the key ingredients in wet canned pet food but yet remains invisible. It works as a gelling agent in wet canned pet food products. When Cassia Gum is used alone it is less effective as a gelling agent whereas it is more effective as a gelling agent when used with Kappa Carrageenan.

Cassia Gum Powder Usage in Preparing Air Fresheners

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Air fresheners liven up the respiratory aesthetics of small closed spaces such as a room, corridor, laboratory, washroom, or a hallway by suppressing foul smells and emitting pleasant fragrances. They are also often used in hospital facilities, public auditoriums, hotel lobbies, and other kinds of large interior spaces to eliminate damp or musty smells. Air fresheners come in various shapes and sizes. They can have a single fragrance or a multitude of them.

How To Optimize Gel & Thickener with Cassia Gum Powder E 499 in Wet Canned Pet Food Products?

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There are various hydrocolloids available in the market like Guar Gum, Carrageenan, Xanthan Gum, Cassia Gum, Locust Bean Gum, Gum Arabic, Tamarind Gum, etc. In wet pet food, gels and thickeners fulfill a wide range of process and product roles.

Ways to Reduce Costs in Wet Pet Food

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Due to competition, all pet food manufacturers want Cost reduction and it can be achieved through optimizing usage of gels and thickeners only. So, they need to review the recipe cost and also look to scope if there is any reduction in cost possibility in wet pet food. But product developer has to balance many factors like product appearance with texture, digestibility, and quality.

Cassia Gum Powder – Substitute of Locust Bean Gum

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Locust Bean Gum is utilized as a gelling agent in the food industry. Basically Carob tree’s seeds are from where this locust bean gum is derived. When the Locust Bean is converted into a powder, it generates a sweet flavour that is similar to chocolate. The food industry uses this powder as a sweetening agent and sometimes even in place of chocolate.

Cassia Meals overview for animal feed

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Senna pod or better known as cassia Tora is a legume family plant found in the Southern part of Southeastern Asia and Western pacific. It is found in abundance in India, China, and other south Asian countries which makes it economical. It can be used widely due to its nutritional and medicinal values. Its leaves and seeds can be used to treat a plethora of diseases related to skin such as ringworm, infection, toothing, and so on. It is used extensively in the Chinese and Indian medication system. Most of the medicine involves the usage of leaves and seeds of the plant.