What are the functional properties of gums, Biology

What are the functional properties of gums that are considered to be important in food industries?

The functional properties of gums that  are considered to be important in food industries are:

  • Ability to modify the basic property of water
  • Helps to stabilize the suspensions, emulsions and foams.

 

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