Bacillus Coagulans

Bacillus coagulans is a gram positive, spore forming bacterium. It is non-pathogenic and safe for human consumption. Being naturally encapsulated, it is a very tough and stable probiotic making it the probiotic of choice in the food and pharmaceutical industry.

High survivability Can withstand the harsh environment of stomach acid (low pH) and bile juices to reach the intestine where it colonizes
Highly resilient Can survive the shipping, manufacturing, and transport processes without loss of any viability
Superior viability Stable at room temperature, requires no refrigeration
Resistant to a greater range of temperature Can survive a range of temperatures - high boiling to low freezing temperatures. This has a wide application in the food industry as it can be incorporated into a broad range of foods
Needs no micro encapsulation Makes it a cost effective probiotic which can be incorporated into a wide range of foods
Availability Bulk Powder 6/15/25/50/100/150/200/250 billion cfu /gram
Finished forms Capsules, Sachets and Enteric coated pellets
Stability Stable at room temperature for 3 years
Compatible with Therapeutic uses Food Applications
Vitamins Digestive upsets Bakery
Enzymes Diarrhea Beverages
Electrolytes Constipation Dairy Products
Proteins Lactose intolerance
Carbohydrates Bacterial Vaginosis
Cholesterol Reduction
Immunity Enhancement

Specifications for Bacillus Coagulans

Description Free flowing, greyish white powder with characteristic odour and slightly sweet taste
Identification The spores are seen as small terminal oval shaped retractile bodies at the end of each vegetative cell
Lactic Acid Producing Capacity Not less than 12ml of 0.05 N Sodium hydroxide should be consumed
Water activity (aW) Not more than 1.0
Standard concentration 6/15/25/50/100 Billion cfu/g
Escherichia coli
Salmonella species
Staphylococcus aureus
Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Should be absent/10g
Should be absent/10g
Should be absent/g
Should be absent/g
Yeast & Mould Count Not more than 100 cfu/g