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Cassia Tora Seed

Cassia seed is the ripe seed of the annual plant Cassia obtusifolia Linn., or Cassia tora Linn., of the Leguminosae/Fabaceae family.

Cassia Tora Splits

cassia tora seeds that are usually broken into two halves and referred to as cassia splits. The seed consists of an outer husk, an endosperm

Cassia Tora Meal

During the split manufacturing process of Cassia tora seed husk and germ are obtained. Both this are used as a valuable cattle feed

Cassia Tora Gum Powder

Cassia gum, flour from the endosperm of Cassia Tora is well suited for use in the manufacture of gels in combination of other colloids

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Cassia Tora Splits

cassia tora seeds that are usually broken into two halves and referred to as cassia splits. The seed consists of an outer husk, an endosperm (split) and the ovary or germ. Only the endosperm or split, which contains mainly polysaccharides, is used for the production of the cassia gum. Both husk and germ are removed in the de-husking and splitting process. The impact of the splitting procedure is that both husk and germ are loosened from the endosperm and made brittle by heating and can be removed in the subsequent purification procedure after pulverization. The split (endosperm), however, remains intact at these temperatures. Due to its much greater particle size, the split can be separated from husk and germ particles through a couple of physical cleaning steps. Cleaned and heated cassia tora seed is sent for crushing, milling, grinding to be endosperm and de-germed then converted into our main product Cassia Tora Split and by products Cassia Churi and Cassia Broken, which are basically used in cattle feed. So dehusking of Cassia tora by process of cleaning,heating, grinding and polishing . During the split manufacturing process of Cassia tora seed husk and germ are obtained. Both this are used as a valuable cattle feed as they are quite rich in protein. In international market these are popularly known as "Cassia tora Meal" and are sold worldwide.

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.

Specification Of Cassia Tora Splits

Dehusking 95%
Gum Content 85-90%
Moisture 6% (Max)
Ash % 1 % (max.)
Protein 7 % (max.)
Black, Red, Brown 1 % (max.)
Foreign Particles 0.2%

Application of Cassia Tora Splits

Cassia Gum Powder

For process of Cassia tora Gum Powder

Pet Food

Applications: Dry Food, Wet Food, Canned pet food, Snacks, Dog Food, Cat Food
Function: cassia gum for use as a thickening agent, gelling agent and stabilizer in pet foods

Cattle Feed & Poultry Feed

Applications : Cow Food, Bird Food ,
Functions :- cassia gum for use as a thickening agent, gelling agent and stabilizer

Dairy Products

Applications: Cream, Cheese, Yogurt, desserts, Ice cream
Function: Its helps maintain homogeneity and texture of ice creams and sherbets. As a thickner,