During processing, droplets are sprayed into the drying chamber from the top of the chamber to flash evaporate the water at the temperature of 180°C ~ 220°C for about 5 seconds. The dry powder is then exposed to heat for several seconds as it falls to the bottom of drying chamber. The output temperature is 70°C ~ 90°C. Most Spirulina and Chlorella is manufactured under this procedure. These temperatures do not affect the high nutritional content of Chlorella. The product is still exceptionally high in micronutrients, and chlorophyll.
What temperatures are used in the manufacturing of Sevenhills Wholefoods Organic Chlorella Powder Tablets? Print
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