- What is the pH of the Inulin Powder, and estimated by which method?
The pH of this Inulin Powder is between 4.5 - and 7, as estimated by the USP method.
- What is the bulk density of this Inulin Powder?
The bulk density of the Inulin Powder we provide is between 45-65 g/100ml.
- What plant part is used for the extraction of inulin?
The root of Cichorium intybus is used for the extraction of inulin.
- What is the mesh size of this product?
We can provide inulin powder of different mesh sizes according to the client's requirements. This product passes through 80 mesh.
- What is the moisture content in this product?
The moisture content in Organic Inulin Powder is not more than 10% as more than the limit may cause microbial contamination.
- Has this product gone through a microbiological test and is safe for consumption?
Yes, the product is tested and safe for consumption. The microbial count meets the USP standard.
- What does ash value represent in Inulin Powder?
Ash value is the residue remaining after the incineration the drug or plant part. It represents the number of inorganic salts naturally occurring and adhering to the ingredient. It also includes inorganic matter, which helps to identify adulteration. An ash value greater than 10% indicates the product's addition of inorganic metal salts.
- Is this product gluten-free?
Yes, this product is Gluten-free, and the supply materials come from a dedicated manufacturing facility for the abovementioned products: wheat-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, peanut-free, tree nut-free, soy-free. All production facilities are HACCP compliant and follow current Good Manufacturing (cGMPs). In addition, the HACCP Practices program strictly observes any cross-contamination and food safety issues.
- Is Organic Inulin Powder BSE/TSE Free?
Yes, Inulin Powder is BSE/TSE free as it is obtained from the plant part. Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (TSE) and Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) are prion-induced disease sources of which are animals. Hence, it is free from BSE/TSE.
- What is the biological source of Inulin?
The biological source of Inulin is Cichorium intybus.
Bifidobacterium lactis Powder 200 Billion CFU/g
Botanical Name: Helianthus tuberosus
Applications: Dietary Supplements/Food and Beverages
Inulin is a fibrous carbohydrate . It is found in wide range of food, vegetables, herbs etc. It helps in alleviating the risk of diabetes II. It consists of calcium, magnesium which are really beneficial for bone density and its mineralization.Daily intake of inulin supplement can help you in different conditions. As a prebiotic fiber, it helps to nourish beneficial bacteria within our body.
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