1 Gum Arabic : More Than an Edible Emulsifier

@inproceedings{Montenegro20121GA,
  title={1 Gum Arabic : More Than an Edible Emulsifier},
  author={Mariana Ang{\'e}lica Montenegro and Mar{\'i}a Laura Boiero and Lorena Mart{\'i}nez Valle and Claudio D Borsarelli},
  year={2012}
}
Gum Arabic (GA) or Acacia gum is an edible biopolymer obtained as exudates of mature trees of Acacia senegal and Acacia seyal which grow principally in the African region of Sahe in Sudan. The exudate is a non-viscous liquid, rich in soluble fibers, and its emanation from the stems and branches usually occurs under stress conditions such as drought, poor soil fertility, and injury (Williams & Phillips, 2000). 

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