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hydrocolloid

[‚hī·drə′käl‚ȯid]
(materials)
gum
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the company offers total solutions in inorganic chemistry, hydrocolloids, engineered wood composites and other specialties.
Table 7: Global Hydrocolloids Market (2013): Percentage
CP Kelco is a leading global manufacturer and marketer of specialty hydrocolloids, with facilities in Europe, North America, Asia and Latin America.
Consumer preference for natural ingredients and the varied applications of hydrocolloids in the food and beverage industry are some of the reasons for the uptick in demand.
DSM s investment in Andre Pectin, synergistically combined with the previously acquired gellan gum assets based in China, creates a China-based hydrocolloids growth platform, in line with DSM s strategy for the Nutrition cluster, Continued Value Growth.
Dr Saphwan Al-Assaf (inset), Director of the Hydrocolloids Research Centre, is leading a team of scientists developing an industry out of gum trees in Sudan
The hydrocolloids that were evaluated by the researchers included three gum acacias, three modified starches and one modified gum acacia from different commercial sources.
Acacia gum is an all-natural hydrocolloid used in many food applications including beverages, emulsions, confectionery and nutritional products.
The amount of time required for dressing changes must also be considered when comparing gauze dressings to hydrocolloids.
The report also has research summaries on Maltodextrins, Dextrins (Pyrodextrins) and Hydrocolloids & Gums.
com/research/3g5p7b/north_america) has announced the addition of the "North America Food Hydrocolloids Market-Growth, Trends And Forecast (2015-2020)" report to their offering.
Half of the chapters detail particular kinds of galactomannans; others consider carbohydrates, galactomannan polysaccharides, hydrocolloids or gums, interactions of galactomannans, rheology of hydrocolloids, and derivatization of polysaccharides.