LeciPOW™ & LeciOIL™-The Expert in Lecithins

Orison Chemicals Limited focuses on the development of Soy Lecithin (Phospholipids) and extracts high-quality lecithin products from soybeans, sunflower seeds, and fresh egg powder. Products include Soy lecithin oil, Deoiled soy lecithin, Phosphatidylcholine (PC). We continue to meet the requirements of customers in health products, food processing, feed production, cosmetic production, and other industries.

SOY LECITHIN (Phospholipids)

Lecithin or Phospholipids- a Natural Emulsifiers agents, Wetting agents, Viscosity modifiers, Dispersant agents, Mold Release aids agents, Surfactants agents raw mateial for variety of foods and other non-food products.


Quality is always our first consideration for our customers. In House quality monitor and out House quality test both ensure the Soya Lecithin product meet your specification.

We have the latest in-house microbiology and chemical parameter testing laboratory to ensure that we provide you with the highest quality Lecithin products. In addition, we also use third-party independent testing agencies such as SGS, BRC, and University Laboratories to test and verify our quality to ensure that the product quality meets customer requirements.

We have established a product and raw material traceability system to track the supply chain trajectory of each batch of raw materials to avoid contamination of non-GMO raw materials.






All about the “Phosphatidylcholine (PC)”

What is phosphatidylcholine also known as? Phosphatidylcholine (PC), also known as “Lecithin”, is one of the most important phospholipids. Phosphatidylcholine is a chemical contained in eggs, soybeans, mustard, sunflower, and other foods. It […]

What is lecithin powder used for?

Lecithin is obtained from soybeans, sunflower seeds, or eggs. People used Lecithin as its natural emulsifier, Lecithin Powder is deoiled Lecithin which the oil has been removed. Used in Bakery, Instant beverages, Baby Foods […]

Is soy lecithin gluten free?

Soy Lecithin is extracted from Soy Beans. Soy itself is gluten-free. So the Soy lecithin is Gluten-free. Does soy lecithin have gluten?  The short answer is ” No” The soy lecithin source from […]