What is sunflower lecithin?

Updated 8 months ago by Taylor

Sunflower lecithin is made from dehydrated sunflowers. The sunflower is separated into three parts: oil, gum, and solids; and lecithin comes from the gum. It is processed through a cold press system similar to the one used to make olive oil.

H.V.M.N. sources our sunflower lecithin from Organic, non-GMO, cold-pressed sunflower seeds and we use it in our bars as an emulsifier, meaning it helps create keep the bars' smooth texture and prevents the ingredients from separating.

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