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Products: cellulosics, guar, starch, cyclodextrins

Their products are sold under the tradenames: Aquacel™, Aqualon™, Blanose™, Aquasorb™, and Bondwell™ cellulose gum (CMC); Benecel™ methylcellulose (MC) and hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (HPMC); Klucel™ and AeroWhip™ hydroxypropylcellulose (HPC); Supercol™ guar gum and Polyclar™ stabilizers.

Products: alginate, carrageenan, guar, locust bean gum, pectin, xanthan
Their products are sold under the tradenames: satialgine, cecalgum, algogel, satiagel, satiagum, aubygel, unipectine, satiaxans, verxan

A cream style salad dressing. While xanthan is very pH stable, guar is not as stable at low pH, therefore it is important to fully hydrate the guar prior to acid addition. This helps retain some functionality at lower pH. Tween 60 is a very effective emulsifier but it is not acceptable in all countries.

Products: alginate, carrageenan, guar, locust bean gum, pectin, cellulosics, xanthan, systems 
Their products are sold under the tradenames: Grinsted, meyprodor

In 2004 Danisco purchased Rhodia's food ingredient business

http://www.danisco.com/food-beverages/

COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) No 231/2012 of 9 March 2012

Synonyms

Gum cyamopsis; Guar flour

Stained guar (forward) and LBG (rear) cells.  Guar shows clear pallisade layer. Source CyberColloids (2004)

Guar and LBG cells

Prepared at the 69th JECFA (2008), published in FAO JECFA Monographs 5 (2008), superseding tentative specifications prepared at the 67th JECFA (2006) and published in FAO JECFA Monographs 3 (2006). An ADI "not specified" was established at the 19th JECFA (1975).

Guar pods and seeds (2004)

Guar pods and seed

Guar splits (2004)

Guar splits

Products: guar, cassia tora, tamarind gum, xanthan

http://www.hbgum.com

Products: guar, starch, tamarind

Products are sold under the tradenames: Prokol, Nutriguar

http://www.hindustangum.com

 

Hindustan Gum & Chemicals Ltd

Hydrocolloids can be obtained from a wide variety of sources. The two most abundant polysaccharides are cellulose and starch. Cellulose is the key structural component of trees and is used on a huge scale globally in the pulp and paper industry.

Ketchup is a basic condiment product which involves adding sugar and thickeners to water and a tomato base. Vinegar is also added to give it the acidic flavour.

Low fat yogurt requires the use of stabilisers to enhance the texture and creaminess of the product. The most common stabilisers used are: gelatine (100 - 250 bloom, 0.2 - 0.5%), pectin (0.05 – 0.20%), modified starch (0.5 – 2.0%), alginate (0.25 – 0.50%), agar (0.8 - 1.1%), carrageenan (0.05 – 0.20%) (Hui, 2007).

Products: cassia tora, guar, tamarind
Trades: guar, sesbania, cassia, tamarind, CMC, xanthan, carrageenan and pectin.

http://www.lucidcolloids.com

 

Products: agar, carrageenan, depolymerised alginate, partially hydrolysed guar gum

Founded as Myeong Shin Chemical Ind Co Ltd in 1974 which changed its name to MSC Co Ltd in 1997

http://www.msckorea.com/

Pimiento is a variety of chilli pepper. This type of pepper is used as a stuffing in Spanish green olives. Traditionally these red peppers were cut to size and hand stuffed into the olives.

Products: guar, locust bean gum, tara, alginate, starch, tamarind
Their products are sold under the tradenames: Polygum, Polygel

http://www.polygal.ch/index.asp

Products: guar
Polypro International, Inc. was founded in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1982 to distribute guar gum worldwide.

http://www.polyprointl.com/

Products: guar, cassia tora, gum ghatti, karaya, tamarind kernel powder, psyllium husk

http://www.premcemgums.com/

Products: guar 
Their products are sold under the tradenames: Aargum

Products: guar 
Their products are sold under the tradenames: Ricol

http://www.ramagum.com/

Products: guar 
Their products are sold under the tradenames: Supreme

http://www.supremegums.com/

Products: guar, locust bean gum, tara, knojac
Their products are sold under the tradenames: Vidogum, Vidocrem

http://www.unipektin.ch/

 

Products: guar
Their products are sold under the tradenames: Adicols
(Vikas Granaries Ltd was formerly known as Adarsh Derivatives Ltd)

http://vikasgranaries.in

A yogurt style salad dressing.  While xanthan is very pH stable, guar is not as stable at low pH, therefore it is important to fully hydrate the guar prior to acid addition. This helps retain some functionality at lower pH. Tween 60 is a very effective emulsifier but it is not acceptable in all countries.