Shangshui Fuyuan Gelatin Co.,Ltd.
Shangshui Fuyuan Gelatin Co., Ltd. which is guided by the domestic market and the international market, will be dedicated to providing customers with high-quality products and after-sales service. We are willing to promote mutual development and common development with new and old customers on the basis of win-win benefits!
What is the difference between edible gelatin and medicinal gelatin?
Edible gelatin is dry, clean, uniform, free of inclusions, and passes through a standard sieve with a diameter of 4mm, which is 5 mesh. Processed into 10-120 mesh like milk powder. Contains 18 kinds of amino acids and 90% collagen, rich in health and beauty effects, has excellent colloidal protection, surface activity, viscosity, film formation, suspension, buffering, infiltration, stability and water solubility , Used in food industries such as aspic, canned food, candy, sausage, vermicelli, instant noodles, ice cream and so on.
What is edible gelatin good or bad
Edible gelatin is a kind of high protein without fat and cholesterol. It is a natural food thickener. After eating it, it will not make people fat or reduce the body's physical strength. It is also a protective colloid. After entering the stomach and intestines It can inhibit the aggregation of milk and other proteins caused by the action of gastric juice, which is conducive to food digestion. The application of edible gelatin in the food industry has a history of decades, and a set of strict inspection and acceptance standards has been formed, and it can be eaten with confidence.
Edible gelatin (Gelatin) is a hydrolysate of collagen. It is a fat-free, high-protein, and cholesterol-free. It is a natural nutritious food thickener. After eating, it will not make people fat, nor will it cause a decrease in physical strength. Gelatin is also a powerful protective colloid with strong emulsifying power. After entering the stomach, it can inhibit the aggregation of milk, soy milk and other proteins due to gastric acid, thereby facilitating food digestion.