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Gum Arabic

A gum made from sap of the acacia tree. In the 19th century, it was a major export in parts of east Africa and Sudan. Gum arabic is used in painting and in textiles, as well as in some foodstuff and as a desert on its own.
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Alland & Robert is the international expert of Acacia Gum worldwide.
Motor and behavioral changes in rats with adenine-induced chronic renal failure: influence of acacia gum treatment.
CNI expertly applies the broad functionality of acacia gum to the specific needs of the printing industry.
The group treated with a mixture of tolbutamide (200 mg/kg) and buformin (1 mg/kg) was taken as a positive control, while the group of rats treated with an equal volume of physiological saline and 2% acacia gum was taken as a negative control.
Historically, the family-owned company made its reputation as a world leader in acacia gum.
Nexira is the evolution of the merging skills and expertise of CNI, global leader in acacia gum, and Bio Serac, premier supplier of original active ingredients.
The family-run group, founded in 1895, specializes in acacia gum (also known as gum Arabic) and supplies nu-traceutical ingredients and botanical extracts for the food, nutrition and health and wellness industries.
Health Canada has recognized the Fibregum brand of Acacia gum as a dietary fiber source in Canada.
Over time the business focused more on acacia gum, or gum arabic.
Guar gum, acacia gum and pectin, which are derived from seed isolates, plant exudates and processed fruit byproducts, are excellent sources of soluble dietary fiber.
Fibregum is an all-natural acacia gum particularly rich in soluble fiber (minimum 90%).
Colloides Naturels International (CNI) is a world leading manufacturer of Acacia gum.