Substitute for Soy and Sunflower Lecithin
Although rapeseeds contain only half as much lecithin as soybeans, it has grown tremendously
popular over the past decade. Interest in non-soy lecithin has grown because of GMO issues in
soybeans and possible food allergic reactions.
Identical in functionality, rapeseed lecithin offers a more resilient supply chain solution to
sunflower lecithin and an allergen-free substitute for soy lecithin.
Due to its low oil content, De-oiled Rapeseed Lecithin Powder features improved wetting,
emulsifying and dispersing properties in comparison to native fluid lecithin.
It is the result of isolating the active components in fluid rapeseed lecithin thus increasing
the phospholipid content.
Its well known emulsifying properties together with its high purity allow for many applications.