India has been the single largest producer and exporter of Guar gum accounting for more than 80 percent of the global output and trade.
Guar gum powder is derived from the endosperm of the guar plant. It is found in the seeds of cyamopsis tetragonolobus and psoralioides, which are the annual leguminous plants. Guar gum is a high molecular weight carbohydrate extracted from a legume (a plant of the pea family) crop that grows best in sandy soils.
The most important property of the Guar is its ability to hydrate rapidly in cold water to attain a very high viscosity at relatively low concentrations. Its specific colloidal nature gives the solution an excellent thickening power which is 6to10 timnes thicker than that obtained from corn starch .
For this reason guar gum is used as a thickener and emulsifier in number of commercial food processing applications. It is used in dressings, milk products, sauces, and baking mixes and also an important product for use in various commercial and industrial applications including paper manufacturing, textiles, printing, cosmetics and pharmaceutical processes & Oil drilling.
It is an edible carbohydrate polymer that is widely employed as a reagent for applications like adsorption and hydrogen bonding with mineral and cellulosic surfaces. Guar gum powder is non-ionic, free flowing, low pale white colored and coarse to fine grounded powder.
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