Lecithin, Yelkin TS | 45 lbs Pail

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45.00 LBS
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Yelkin TS Lecithin is a liquid soy lecithin that is manufactured by Archer Daniels Midland and packaged in bulk 45 pound pails. 

Soy lecithin liquid is widely used in the food and beverage industries. It is used to manufacture margarine, infant formula, ready to use frosting, and vegetable and dairy based milk replacements. It also alters the viscosity of chocolate products and compound coatings. In bread baking, lecithin improves shortening dispersion and acts as a release agent in crackers, cookies, pies, and cakes. 

As an ingredient in personal care products, Lecithin is used in cosmetics to enhance the appearance of dry or damaged skin by moisturizing and restoring suppleness. It is also an outstanding emulsifier for water and oil based products. It is also found in hair conditioning products.

As an ingredient in vitamin supplements, Lecithin is said to improve the health of many vital human systems including, Cardiovascular, Liver and cell, Fat transport and fat metabolism, reproduction and child development, as well as skin care.


Yelkin TS Lecithin is approved by the U.S. FDA as GRAS. It is Kosher and Halal certified. Lecithin is non-hazardous as defined by OSHA at CFR 1910.1200. It has a food additive number E322.


Yelkin TS Lecithin is an amber liquid that gives off an aromatic odor. It should not be exposed to freezing temperatures because it could cause the oil to separate from the phospholipids. If it does separate, it can be remixed under heat without losing functionality.

  • 5

    Posted by Luis on Dec 30th 2019

    We use it making pecan pralines and peanut brittle.

  • 5

    Posted by Albert on Jul 13th 2019

    I use it for baking.

Is Soy Lecithin Gluten-Free?

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