Brown to amber viscous liquid with a characteristic odor
Commonly found in soy beans, eggs and some marine life, it can either be obtained via a chemical or mechanical process. It is used in margarine as an emulsifier and antispatter agent; in chocolate manufacture it controls flow properties by reducing viscosity and reducing the cocoa butter content from 3 to 5%. It is used as a wetting agent in cocoa powder, fillings, and beverage powders; an antisticking agent in griddling fat. It is also used in baked goods to assist the shortening mix with other dough ingredients and to stabilize air cells.
Lecithin Unbleached; Centrol 3F-UB; Unilec L20; Soybean Lecithin; Soy Lecithin; Soya Lecithin; L-a-Phosphatidylcholine; Phosphatidylcholine
Do not store in direct sunlight. Keep refrigerated. Store in a tightly closed container. Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area away from incompatible substances.
- 450 lb. Steel Drum
- 1 lb. Bulk
- Food & bev.
- Origin: Vegetable/Synthetic
- Shelf life: 5 years from mfg. date
- Freight Classification: NMFC 43940 S 2 CL 85
- Kosher Status: Not Kosher
- Flash Point: 57 øC
- Melting Point: N/A
- API: NO
- Allergen: NO
- Hazmat: YES
- Molecular Weight: 758.06 g/mol