Search
Search Menu

Locust Bean Gum

carobLocust Bean Gum

Locust bean (carob) trees (Ceratonia siliqua L.) are perennials that grow wild and exclusively in the Mediterranean region. The fruits, the locust bean pods, are collected and threshed on the spot. The threshing process separates the carob seeds from the pods.

UNIPEKTIN obtains the seeds directly from the countries of origin and further processes them into locust bean gum using purely physical processes.

ProductProduct Information
VIDOGUM LProduct Information Sheet VIDOGUM L, new footer, Jun2022
VIDOGUM L.../C500Product Information Sheet VIDOGUM L.../C500, new footer, Jun2022
VIDOGUM BIO-LProduct Information Sheet VIDOGUM BIO-L, new footer, Jun2022
UNIPEKTIN Galactomannan Brochure & Technical HandbookUPI Brochure & technical handbook english, galactomannans (guar, lbg, tara), June2022
UPI Broschuere & techn. Handbuch deutsch, Galaktomannane (Guar, LBG, Tara), Juni2022
UNIPEKTIN VIDOGUM Galactomannan Application presentationUPI Galactomannan Application, website version, Feb 2022
UNIPEKTIN VIDOGUM Galactomannan, Origin, Production, Standardisation, Product RangeVIDOGUM Galactomannans, short introduction, Feb 2022
Helpful Information about LBG and Carob productswww.draxe.com Locust Bean Gum, The Pros and Cons of This Common Thickening Agent
www.draxe.com Carob Chips, the caffeine-free chocolate substitute that's actually good for You