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    De-oiled, powdered soy lecithin, non -gm high quality A mixture of polar (Phospho- and glyco-) lipids and a small amount of carbohydrates

    AppearanceTypically yellowish to beige powder
    ApplicationsUse in food products
    (Country of)
    CAS No.8002-43-5
    EINECS No.232-307-2
    E numberE322
    Ingredients DeclarationEU - Emulsifier soy lecithin
    US - Soy lecithin
    Raw MaterialSoy Lecithin
    FunctionalityDispersible in water, soluble in fats/oils and partly soluble in ethanol.
    Allergen informationsSoybeans and products thereof
    GMO statusGm Free


    MoistureMax 1.5 %
    (& Taste)
    Typically characteristic
    Particle size
    Min 90 %
    Acetone InsolublesMin 96.5 %
    Heavy metals
    (total as Pb)
    Max 1 ppm
    ArsenicMax 0.2 ppm
    Hexane InsolubleMax 0.3 %
    Peroxide valueMax 5 meq/kg
    Toluene insolublesMax 0.3 %
    Iodine colour value
    (10% in toluene)
    Max 60
    Gardner colour value
    (10% in toluene)
    Max 11
    LeadMax 0.25 ppm
    Acid ValueMax 35 mg KOH/g
    MercuryMax 0.1 ppm
    Iron (Fe)Max 80 ppm
    LabellingEmulsifier soy lecithin E322
    Reclose packaging immediately after opening, Store in a dry place between 15-30°C (59-86°F). Store in original packaging
    Packaging20kg (44.1lb) cardboard box with polyethylene inner liner
    Shelf life2 years if recommended storage conditions are observed


    Total plate countMax 1000 /g
    YeastsMax 50 /g
    MouldsMax 50 /g
    SalmonellaAbsent /25g
    Escherichia ColiAbsent /g

    Direct Food Ingredients will ensure that any material supplied this specification will confirm to the above physical and chemical properties. However, we have no control over the use of the material and can accept no responsibility for problems caused by the customer's failure to ensure the material supplied is suitable for the intended use.

    This specification has been last modified on Tue 29 March 2011 (505)

    Product also known as : E322

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