wheat germ powder

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asked Sep 15, 2020 in 3D Segmentation by swpt_SwqsKPiR (180 points)
Defatted Wheat Germ meal is produced through the removal of oil from wheat germ, leaving the most vitamin- and mineral-rich part of the wheat kernel intact.

Wheat germ is the embryo of the wheat kernel, the part that will produce a new plant. It is the heart of the wheat plant, and contains the most concentrated nutritional value, including protein and several amino acids.

Wheat germ meal is rich in unsaturated fatty acids, vitamin A, vitamin B1, B2, vitamin C, vitamin D, folic acid, etc., especially vitamin E, which ranks the first in food. And also Defatted Wheat Germ meal contains more than 10 kinds of minerals such as calcium, iron, zinc, selenium and potassium, which is an ideal source of trace elements. Rich in nutrition, taste mellow, balanced supplement nutrition, strengthen the body tonic good food.

Nutritive Value

1. Heart and brain protection: Patients with hypertension, hyperglycemia and coronary heart disease should be given vitamin E powder at the same time.

2. Improve microcirculation: Transport nutrition to every part of the body, and metabolism is more active.

3.Antioxidant: wheat germ meal (VE) is a natural antioxidant. It can prevent the decline of body function.

4.Anti "free radical": Defatted Wheat Germ meal can protect cell membrane, blood vessel, heart, skin, eyes and * from free radical damage.

5.Blood vessel protection: wheat germ powder (VE) can make blood flow smoothly, keep blood clean and blood vessel elasticity


1.Baked food: as a premix, Defatted Wheat Germ meal can be made into special bread, toast, biscuit and moon cake with balanced nutrition.

2.Flour products: add to flour and rice products to make fine nutritional noodles, noodles, steamed bread, dumplings, steamed buns, steamed bread, etc

Product Specification

Protein(dry basis)%

Min 28%


Max 2.0%


Max 12.0%

Our Packaging

1. Cardboard drum: 25 kg/bag

2. Customized by customer. http://www.functionaloils.com

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