Guar Meal

Guar Meal – A cattle feed. Guar gum is applied for various food and other industrial uses as a viscosifier, thickener, binder, gelling agent, stabilizer, emulsifier, flocculant, water holding agent. Guar meal is a highest protein containing animal feed in its group; it is having up to 55 percent of protein [O+A] with a digesting content.

During the guar split manufacturing process, husk and germ are obtained. These are used as a valuable cattle feed as they are rich in protein.

About Guar Meal

Guar Meal is a by-product after processing the Guar Seed. That is, Guar gum is extracted from the guar seed Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba of leguminous plant. The extracted guar meal is further processed by toasting at a high temperature to remove Trypsin Inhibitor, thus improving its nutritive value.

Guar Meal typically comes in different forms: a Guar Meal Churi, which is in powder form and Guar Meal Korma in granular form.

Guar Meal is rich in proteins and carbohydrates, and is a 100 percent natural agricultural product without the addition of any chemicals or preservatives. Processed guar meal can be used either in conjunction with other feed stuffs or by itself, as it is a complete nutritional feed.

Applications

Food IndustryFood Industry
PharmaceuticalPharmaceutical
Ecuadorian CultureEcuadorian Culture
CosmeticsCosmetics