LECITHIN POWDER VS GRANULES: DIFFERENCE
Powdered Lecithin and Granular are deoiled Lecithin. After the process of de-oil and dehydration, most vegetable oil and water are removed to obtain solid lecithin. Solid lecithin can form fine powder after crushing and grinding. It is light yellow or brown yellow fine powder. Compared with lecithin granules, powder lecithin is easier to dissolve in water. While producing finished products, the lecithin powder is vigorously stirred to avoid the formation of any lumps in the mixture and give it an even texture.
Granulated lecithin is made by physical squeeze combining lecithin powder. Just like every lecithin, granules are also used for different industrial processes. It has the characteristics of no dust, easy to process.
LECITHIN POWDER VS GRANULES: APPLICATION DIFFERENCE
Powder phospholipids can be scattered in water faster, often used in industries such as beverages, health products, pharmaceuticals and other industries. Granular phospholipids are often used in baked goods, It is usually added to the dough to condition it.
Both forms of lecithin cater to food processing for increasing the density and viscosity of mixtures while also helping the mixture with emulsification.