The word lecithin comes from the Greek lekigos which means egg yolk because its discoverer, Maurice Gobley, isolated it in it for the first time in 1850.
Technically called phosphatidylcholine it is a phospholipid, a type of amphiphilic lipid composed of a molecule of glycerol to which two fatty acids and a phosphate group are attached, and constitutes 75% of the fat present in cell membranes. in bile
It is also a natural additive for food, is a product of plant origin composed mostly of phospholipids; obtained through
a drying process of gums from the refining of oilseeds.
Its use gains ground in the
food industry as a natural additive, with emulsifying qualities of broad spectrum.
Its nature positions it as a healthy input in the industry around the world.
Our Industrial Plant located in the city of San Lorenzo Santa Fe province has state-of-the-art technology for the production of Lecithin of all types of seeds.
The facilities are prepared for the development and logistics of this type of product