Bamboo Fiber is an insoluble dietary fiber made from the fibrous plant material of bamboo. The vegetable parts are physically cleaned, purified, milled, and screened in several steps.
This fiber appears as a white, fibrous, and odorless powder allowing for use in many applications.
- Bamboo fibers come in a variety of grades and have a wide range of applications in the food industry.
- Bamboo fiber has a very high fiber content of at least 98.0%.
- Shelf Life: 3 years.