• Pullulan



Pullulan,is a natural,water-soluble polysaccharide fermented from sucrose. Available as white or light yellow powder, it is tasteless and odorless. It is stable at room temperature. It has a low glycemic index with low insulinemic response.

Pullulan is natural water-soluble polysaccharide, fermented by Auveobasidium Pullulans. It consists mainly of maltotriose units linked through α-1, 6 - glucosidic bonds. The average molecular weight is 2×105 Da. Pullulan can be developed into various products. It is an excellent filmformer, producing a film which is heat sealable with good oxygen barrier properties. It can be used widely in both the pharmaceutical and food industries, such as encapsulating agents, adhesives, thickening, and extending agent. Pullulan has been used as a food ingredient for over 20 years in Japan. It has Generally Regarded As Safe (GRAS) status in the US for a much wider range of applications.

Product Name: Pullulan M.F: (C37H62O30)n
CAS: 9057-02-7 EINECS: 232-945-1
Appearance White powder
Viscolity(10% solution at 30℃) /
Mono-,Di-,and Oligosaccharides(As Glucose) ≤10%
PH 4.5-6.5
Total Nitrogen ≤0.05%
Loss on drying ≤5.0%
Ash ≤0.%
Lead(Pb) ≤1ppm
As ≤2ppm
Heavy metals ≤5ppm
Residual Solvents Eur.Pharm.
Total Plate Count <100cfu/g
E.Coli Negative
Salmonella Negative