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Cassia Tora :          

Cassia Tora L., (Cassia obtusifolia L.), Caesalpiniaceae, is a wild crop and grows in most parts of India as a weed. A natural gelling agent which has industrial and food applications is made commercially from the seed. Cassia grows in hot, wet, tropical climates both wild and commercially. Cassia is a tonic, carminative and stimulant. Cassia contains 1-2 % volatile cassia oil, which is mainly responsible for the spicy aroma and taste. The primary chemical constituents of Cassia include cinnamaldehyde, gum, tannins, mannitol, coumarins, and essential oils (aldehydes, eugenol, and pinene); it also contains sugars, resins, and mucilage, among other constituents.

Cassia tora powder made from cassia tora seeds and cassia tora splits are some ancient natural ingredients. In India, cassia tora is used as a natural pesticide in organic farms. Roasted seeds are substituted for coffee, like tephrosia seeds. Cassia tora powder is most popularly used in the pet-food industry. It is mix with guar gum for use in mining and other industrial application.

Regulatory Information

  • Cassia gum is approved for use in Europe by the Commission Directive (EEC No. E 499) and is listed in the Annex of the Council Directive (70/524/EEC) as a stabilizer (thickening and gelling agent) in the manufacture of canned pet foods (for cats and dogs).
  • It is also approved for use in Japan and is listed as a food additive in The Ministry of Health and Welfare Announcement No. 160 (10 August 1995).
  • A panel of experts in the areas of toxicology, pharmacology and food science was assembled to review the safety of cassia gum for use as a thickening agent in human and pet foods in the United States.
  • The available data on cassia gum and structurally related gums demonstrate a lack of toxic effects in animals. This review is the basis for the consideration of cassia gum as generally recognized as safe (GRAS) under conditions of its intended use as a thickening agent in human and pet foods.
  • Abbreviations: FFDCA, Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act; GRAS, generally recognized as safe; NTP, National Toxicology Program; OECD, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development; PADI, possible average daily intake



    Cassia gum is the purified flour from the endosperm of the seeds of Cassia tora and Cassia obtusifolia which belong to the leguminosae
    family. Seeds of Cassia occidentalis are a naturally occurring contaminant in the source material.

    The intended use of Cassia gum is as thickener, emulsifier, foam stabilizer, moisture retention agent and/or texturizing agent in cheese, frozen dairy desserts and mixes, meat products and poultry
    products.

    Cassia gum is combined with other hydrocolloids such as Carrageenan or Xanthan gum, they will synergistically form gels with unique properties.


    Chemical Structure and Physical Properties of Cassia Gum

    Cassia gum is comprised of at least 75% high molecular weight (approximately 200,000-300,000) polysaccharide consisting primarily of a linear chain of 1,4-β-D-mannopyranose units with 1,6 linked α-
    D-galactopyranose units. The ratio of mannose to galactose is about 5:1. The composition of saccharides is: mannose (77.2-78.9%), galactose (15.7-14.7%) and glucose (7.1-6.3%). Like most polysaccharides, the following formula applies: (C6H10O5)n.H2O. Cassia gum is related to carob bean gum, tara gum andguar gum in terms of structure and chemical properties.

    Structural formula:



    Regulatory Status:

    • United States TSCA
    • Canada NDSL
    • Korea ECL
    • Australia AICS
    • Europe EINECS

    Gel (synergy) with Carrageenan or Xanthan Gum:

    Cassia gum forms firm, thermoplastic gels with carrageenan. As the level of cassia gum is increased, the gel strength of carrageenan solutions is also increase. Cassia gum and carrageenan gel is stable due to the excellent retorting stability of cassia gum.

    Cassia gum and xanthan gum, on their own, do not have the ability to form gels. But cassia gum combined with xanthan gum, aqueous dispersions of cassia gum form cohesive, elastic gels. As with carrageenan, cassia is more efficient at forming gels with xanthan gum than other galactomannans, enabling lower total hydrocolloid levels in finished formulations. This is due to the unique branched polysaccharide galactose/mannose structure of cassia gum.

    Specifications of Cassia Tora Powder:          

    Appearance   : Yellow White Powder
    Technical Specification    
        Moisture : 12% Max.
        Ph (1% M) : 5.5-6.5%
        Gum Content : 80% Min.
        Protein : 5% Max.
        Starch : Negative
        Fat : 0.8% Max.
        Ash Content : 1% Max.
        Acid Insoluble Residue : 3% Max.
        Gel Strength : 500 Min.
        Hot Viscosities : Brookfield 4/20@ 25oC
        (1% Solution)   Temp. 50-500cps.
    Granulometery    
        On 60 Mesh : 60% Min
        Through 100 Mesh : 30% Max
        Through -100 Mesh : 05% Min
    Microbiological    
        Acrobic Plate Count/gm : 10000
        Molds & Yeast/gm : 500
            Coliform/gm<3
        Ecoli / Coli forms : Negative
        Salmonella : Negative

     

    Packaging          

    Special attention is paid in packing the bulk product by filling in suitable bag-sizes with standard measures to ensure product quality and safety during transit and storage.

    Flexible packaging solutions from 800, 900 and 1000 kilo Jumbo HDPE circular woven bags and 25 kilo HDPE bags are also available in multi walled paper bags.

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