GUM ARABIC

Description

The gum is obtained as dry exudates from the stem and branches of Acacia Senegal and/or Acacia seyal when the plant is injured. The majority of Gum Arabic is produced from 17 African countries (14 of which were members of the NGARA network in 2007) in varying quantity and quality.

These countries include: Sudan, Chad, Nigeria, Cameroon, Niger, Senegal, Mali, Mauritania, Burkina Faso, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Eritrea, Somalia, Zimbabwe, Uganda and Ghana.

Common Specifications

Purity: 98%
Moisture: 10 – 12% max
Total Ash: 4 – 6%
Acid Insoluble Residue: 0.4$ max
Starch: Negative
Tanning Bearing gums: Negative
Salmonella: Negative
E. Coli: Negative

Supply Ability: 50 Tonnes/Month

Minimum Order: 100 Kg

Packaging Details: Depends on customer request

Payment Terms: LC, T/T

Delivery Details: 35 days after receiving payment

Port: Sea, Postal and Cargo