• Vegetal / Fungal Chitosan

    For Vegan, Vegetarians and Those with Shellfish-Allergy

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    Mushroom Chitosan

    Water&Acid-soluble Chitosan
    Chitosan Hydrochloride
    Chitosan Oligosaccharide
    Carboxymethyl Chitosan
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    Aspergillus Niger Chitosan

    Water&Acid-soluble Chitosan
    Chitosan Hydrochloride
    Chitosan Oligosaccharide
    Carboxymethyl Chitosan
  • Vegetal / Fungal Chitosan Dictionary

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    What's chitosan?

    Chitosan is a linear polysaccharide composed of randomly distributed β-(1→4)-linked D-glucosamine (deacetylated unit) and N-acetyl-D-glucosamine (acetylated unit).


    Chitosan, sometimes known as deacetylated chitin, is a natural polycationic linear polysaccharide derived from partial deacetylation of chitin. Chitin is the structural element in the exoskeleton of insects, crustaceans (mainly shrimps and crabs), and cell walls of fungi (mushroom, Aspergillus niger), and the second most abundant natural polysaccharide after cellulose.


    Chitosan is recognized as versatile biomaterials and a well-known organic polymer with well-documented characterization, including extended non-toxicity, low allergenicity, biocompatibility, and biodegradability, being classified by the US Food and Drug Administration as “generally recognized as safe” (Casettari and Illum, 2014) substance.

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    Why do we focus on fungal/vegetal chitosan?

    There have been a number of statistics around the world in recent years about the vegan and vegetarian population. According to some sources, the number of vegans in the world has increased by 350% over the past decade. 3% of the US population and 1% of the UK population were found to be vegan. In Germany, this ratio is about 3%. As the enrollment and survey conditions of each country differ, it is difficult to determine how many people are vegan in the world.


    In addition, there are about 5 of 100 people affected by crustacean allergy, which means about 300 million people need non-crustacean-ingredients food.


    Chitosan was one kind of the main ingredient used for food preservatives, winemaking fining agents, cosmetics, fat binders, health supplements, and other pharma or food fields. Usually, chitosan was derived from crustaceans such as crab, shrimp, lobster. It might be not suitable for vegans, vegetarians, and those people with allergic to crustacean materials. So vegetal chitosan will solve this problem.

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    What's advantages of fungal/vegetal chitosan?

    • 100% Naturally non-animal sourced ( Mushroom / Aspergillus Niger )
    • Suitable for vegan, vegetarians, and  those with allergic to crustacean material
    • Non-allergenic, Non-GMO, Cruelty-Free, Antimicrobial
    • Biodegradable, Non-toxic,  Gluten-free
    • Renewable, Inexhaustible
    • Traceable Consistent quality
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    What's the comparison between crustacean chitosan and vegetal chitosan?

    They have the same function and some biological properties, but the difference of source and the cost of manufacturing and production caused their difference in viscosity, main application, DDA, suitable people, and other specifications.

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    Which application fields is vegetal chitosan used for?

    The interesting characteristics of chitosan such as biocompatibility, non-toxicity, low allergenicity, and biodegradability allow it to be used in various applications.


    Besides, chitosan is reported to have other biological properties, such as antitumor, antimicrobial, and antioxidant activities. The degree of deacetylation, which is described by the molar fraction of deacetylated units or percentage of deacetylation, and the molecular weight of chitosan, were found to affect these properties.


    Chitosan has been widely used for different biological and biomedical applications recently due to its unique properties. For instance, it can be used in food preservatives, winemaking as a fining agent, cosmetics, fertilizer, water treatment, wound-healing materials, pharmaceutical excipient or drug carrier, obesity treatment, and as a scaffold for tissue engineering. There is increased interest in pharmaceutical as well as biomedical applications of chitosan and its derivatives and significant development have been achieved. It can be reflected in the increasing number of related publications throughout the years.

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    1g water soluble Mushroom

    carboxymethyl chitosan in 100ml water

    0.5g Acid Soluble Mushroom chitosan 20cps in 100ml acetic acid

    0.5g Acid soluble mushroom chitosan 600cps

    in 50ml 1% glacial acetic acid

    0.5g Acid soluble mushroom chitosan 400cps

    in 50ml 1% glacial acetic acid