Agar Agar is produced from red algae Geledium and Gracellaria. In the food- and pharmaceutical industry Agar Agar (E 406) is used as gelling agent.
Carob Flour is produced from the skin of the fruits of the Carob tree (Ceratonia siliqua). It is used as cocoa substitute in the food industry.
Carrageenan (E 407) is a polysaccaride like Agar Agar occuring in different algaes. Different types, depending on the chemical structure, are available for the food industry as gelling- and thickening agent.
Guar Gum (E 412) is the ground endosperm of the Guar plant (Cyamopsis tetragonolobus). Guar Gum is used as binding agent, stabiliser and dietary fibre in the food- and pharma industry.
Locust Bean Gum (E 410) is produced from the seeds of the carob tree (Ceratonia siliqua). It is mainly used as thickening agent in the food industry.
Tamarind Kernel Powder is producted from the seeds of the Tamarind tree (Tamarindus indicus). It is mainly used in the textile printing industry.
Xanthan (E 415) is produced by fermentation of Xanthomonas Capestris. It is mainly used as thickener, stabiliser, emulgator and suspension media in the food-, pharmaceutical- and technical industry.