Hydrolyzed gelatin (Hydrolyzed gelatin) uses the bones and skins of cattle, pigs, and other animals as raw materials, and is hydrolyzed under the action of alkali, acid, heat, or enzyme to obtain small molecular gelatin liquid, which is then refined, graded and adjusted. After molecular weight treatment, various hydrolyzed gelatin protein products with different molecular weights can be obtained.
a. The skins, bones, tendons, tendons, and scales of fresh cattle, pigs, sheep, fish, and other animals that have passed the quarantine inspection provided by slaughterhouses, meat factories, canneries, vegetable markets, etc.
b. Before the tanning process of tanning, the sheared raw skin or the cut inner skin.
c. Cleaned aggregates and naturally air-dried aggregates processed by aggregate processing plants.
Except for tryptophan, gelatin contains all kinds of essential amino acids, as well as a large proportion of non-essential amino acids. Whether used alone or in combination with other protein sources, hydrolyzed grenetine can help people build healthy, rich, balanced meals.