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  • Starch made from tamarind seeds is considered to be the cheapest non-edible starch with many industrial applications
  • Tamarind starch is used by textile units and industries manufacturing starch based adhesives. Plywood industry is yet another bulk consumer.
  • Tamarind seeds are roasted in oil-fired roaster and then they are decorticated to remove skin. Seeds are then broken into small pieces in a grinder. These broken pieces are finally pulverized to make starch. Starch is packed in polythene lined gunny bags. The yield is around 60%.
  • In the paper mills, the refined unbleached or bleached pulp is mixed with chemicals such as soapstone powder, rosin/perschin (abietic acid), tamarind starch, dyes, guar gum, and alum among others. The average annual consumption is 31.8 tonnes rosin, 129 tonnes alum, 39 tonnes starch and 173 tonnes soapstone powder ; The chemicals are used for sizing and other properties, which are desired in the paper
  • Tamarind gum, also called tamarind seed polysaccharide (TSP for short) is a kind of neutral polysaccharide substance extracted and separated from endosperm of legume tamarind plant seeds. It is easy to disperse in cold water and then with heat, it will form viscous liquid. Tamarind gum has favorable resistance to heat, acids, salts, freezing and thawing, as well as stabilizing, emulsifying,
    thickening, coagulating, water retention and film forming functions. Besides, its aqueous solution has strong viscosity and the viscosity won’t be affected by acids and salts, so it is a food additive with wide


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  • Modified Starches
  • Polysaccharides
  • Storage Plant Polysaccharides
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Tamarind Gum -Technology Information
  • Methods of Isolation and Extraction of Tamarind seed polysaccharide
  • Extraction and Evaluation of Tamarind Seed Polysaccharide
  • Isolation and Evaluation of Tamarind Seed Polysaccharide
  • Extraction of polysaccharide from tamarind seed
  • Thickening agent for printing polyester
  • Tamarind Seed Polysaccharide Solubilizer
  • Hydro gel Patches
  • Drug Release applications
  • Polysaccharide Gums
  • Gelation Technology
  • Technology Sources
  • Xyloglucan Synthesis
  • Solubilization of Xyloglucans
  • List of Consultants


  • Tamarind Gum and its derivatives
  • Consultant - market reports
  • Consultancy - market information
  • Exports - Tamarind Starch

Patents Information

  • Process for separating polysaccharides from tamarind seeds
  • Purification of Tamarind Gum
  • Tamarind xyloglucan
  • Clarified tamarind kernel powder
  • Method for preparing reduced Calorific
  • Method for preparing tamarind oligosaccharides
  • Cold-water soluble tamarind gum, process for its preparation and its application in sizing textile warp.


  • Tamarind Gum & Sodium Alginate Composite Gel Beads
  • Natural excipient for pharmaceuticals
  • Drug Release retardant
  • Effect of thickening agents from tamarind gum for printing
  • Tamarind Gum derivatives
  • Tamarind seed polysaccharide excipients
  • Xylitol production
  • Sustained release matrix tablet
  • Ophthalmic applications
  • Tamarind Seed Xyloglucans
  • Skin Care applications
  • Biopolymer in packaging applications
  • Encapsulating agents of phenolic antioxidants

Company & Products

  • Company products
  • Company product - msds
  • Manufacturer
  • Carboxy Methyl Tamarind Gum
  • Company - Gujarat
  • Company - Gujarat
  • Natural derivatives
  • Company & products

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