Gums & Resins

Our enthusiastic and passionate nature to bring the best gums and resins to our customers makes us the global manufacturer/supplier across the globe.

Our Gum & Resin Categories

Gums and Resins are the metabolic by-products of plants tissue. The mixture of gums and resins contain traces of essential oil that are really healthy for the human body. However, only the purest quality extracted from natural plants can improve the taste and outcome of food products and medicines. United Foods Corporation’s research and development department conduct millions of tests before finalizing the natural source used in producing gums and resins. Our core is to provide the best quality gums and raisins for better body nutrition. We deliver it directly from the dry and arid regions with the help of our business experts and distribution team to our customers present at every corner of the world.

Gum Damar

A transparent or pale yellow color gum contains an ample quantity of triterpenes and its oxidation products where many are low molecular weight compounds.

Agar Agar

A red algae-derived prized ingredient used as thickener, laxative and preservative is a mixture of two compounds known as agaropectin and agarose.


A gum extracted from acacia tree is a dietary fibre that is taken as medicine to cure high cholesterol, weight loss and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

Xanthan Gum

A natural polysaccharide is a common food additive with many uses such as an active thickening agent, stabilizer and mode to prevent ingredients from separating.

Scientific Description

Resins are categorized as terpenoid or phenolic resins; terpenoid resins contain terpenoid compounds like 10-carbon monoterpenes, diterpenes (C20), sesquiterpenes (C15) and more whereas phenolic resins contain compounds such as cinnamic acid, flavonoids, etc. On the other hand, gums are complex carbohydrate polymers that include hydroxyproline-rich proteins that are either soluble, partly soluble or insoluble in water because of its co-occurrence with different secretion types and different properties of materials. Both gums and resins are produced by duct structures that have close morphological similarities between resins and gums producing ducts. Resins are classified based on the fact that diterpenoids and triterpenoids are found together and gums are limited to few plant families of Fabaceae, Sterculiaceae, and Combretaceae.


Gums & Resins product list

  • Acacia
  • Agar Agar
  • Alginates
  • Carageenan
  • Guar Gum
  • Gum Benjamin
  • Gum Copal
  • gum Damar
  • Gum Elemi
  • Gum Incense
  • Gum Masitiac
  • Gum Myrrh
  • Gum Opopanax
  • Gum Shiraz
  • Gum Tragacanth
  • Gum Yacca
  • Karaya Gum
  • Locust Bean Gum
  • Stinking Asa
  • Tara Gum
  • Xanthan Gum