Though many believe that gum is primarily used for chewing, it has many other viable uses. Gum arabic is a type of gum that is used in everything from a food stabilizer to inks and textiles. It comes from the hardened sap of the Acacia Senegal and the Acacia Seyal trees.

Also called chaar gund, gum acacia, meska, or char goond, this natural gum is usually free of color, odor, and taste. When the sap seeps from the tree and hits the air, it often hardens to form an oval the size of a pigeon's egg. It can almost be fully dissolved in its own volume of water. When sold alone, it can be in the form of syrup, powder, oil, chunks, or pellets.

Uses of GUM Arabic
Gum Arabic is used as stabilizing, flavour fixing, gelling, thickening, film forming encapsulating and binding agents in many industries like.
  •  Food industry
  •  Confectionary, soft drink, peverages.
  •  Dry fruit flavours, premix etc.
  •  Pharmaceutical industry
  •  Cosmetic industry
  •  Printing industry
  •  Textile industry

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