Yaeyama Chlorella Extract Powder OD1200

Manufacture Process for Yaeyama Chlorella Extract Powder OD1200
Feeding Yaeyama Chlorella Powder ü╦Extracting by hot waterü╦Centrifugal separation ü╦ Concentration ü╦1st PH Adjustment ü╦ Heating ü╦Cooling ü╦ Filtering ü╦2nd PH Adjustment ü╦ Heating ü╦Filtering ü╦ Concentration ü╦Adding Dextrinü╦Spray Drying ü╦Crush and Sieve ü╦Finished Product








Certificate of Analysis No. 106110397-002 dated November 15, 2006 issued by Japan Food Research Laboratories
(Authorized by the Japanese Government)
Moisture 3.5g/100g
Protein 7.6g/100g
Fat 0.2g/100g
Ash 4.4g/100g
Carbohydrates 84.3g/100g
Energy 369 kcal/100g
Sodium 912mg/100g
Phosphorus 384mg/100g
Iron 0.17mg/100g
Calcium 8.3mg/100g
Potassium 944mg/100g
Magnesium 32.9mg/100g
Copper 0.06mg/100g
Zinc not detected (LD 0.05mg/100g)
Manganese 0.01mg/100g
Arsenic (as AS2O3) 0.6ppm
Heavy metals (as Pb) not detected (LD 1 ppm)
Aerobic plate count 5.8 x 102/g
Salmonella negative/25g
Viable molds count negative/0.1g
Packing: 6kg net/carton
Shelf life: 3 years after the date of manufacture


  • OD is an abbreviation of optical density which means measuring
    density or concentration of Chlorella extract liquid.
    It is measured by absorption photometry

  • OD1200 extract powder can be obtained by processing OD400 extract liquid, namely, by adding dextrin etc. and spray drying it after concentrating OD400 extract liquid three times by evaporating water therefrom.

    The ratio of dextrin to CGF liquid will be fixed so that the CGF 1200 powder is dissolved
    back into water with the OD value of 1200 or over at 260nm resultantly obtained.
    100ml of CGF400 liquid is roughly equivalent to 33g of CGF1200 powder in terms of
    CGF contents.




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