Sunflower Lecithin

Sunflower Lecithin is a gummy substance left behind as a byproduct of the oil extraction for sunflower oil.  Majorly grown in Eastern Europe and Black Sea region. In the past few years, the demand of sunflower lecithin has grown a lot as an alternative replacement of soy lecithin to prevent possible soya related allergens.

It is an emulsifier and wetting agent in chocolate confectionery. Also used in pharmaceutical industries for encapsulation due to high PC contents health benefits. 

 1.       Non-GMO Sunflower Liquid Lecithin 

2.       Non-GMO De-Oiled Sunflower Lecithin