COLLAGEN BUTCHER PACK 21, 1 MINI-CADDY - 1143 MTRS
Handlink casings - Viscofan ND processed casings are tubular artificial casings produced from collagen protein obtained from hides of bovine origin.
Viscofan ND processed casings are edible and include Colfan J, NBC as well as all the NDC*, Natur* and NDX* types, namely NDC, NDC-D, NDC-W, NDC-M, Natur, Natur LC, Natur HC, NDX, NDX-LC, NDX-HC, NDX-KR, NDX-C, NDX-FP, NDC-C, NDC-M-K, NDC-M-H and EDICLIP.
Sticks can be fitted with or without special ends, depending on stuffing/linking machinery
Viscofan ND processed casings are typically used for the production of cooked meat products, smoked or not, but they can also be used to produce dry-fermented products and other non-meat products like vegetable sausages, cheese, corn, etc.
In cold/dry places, between 5 Celsius and 25 Celsius, away from natural light and heat sources.
STUFFING CALIBER (mm): 21.0 +/- 0.5
STUFFING HORN RECOMMENDED: 12
BEST BEFORE DATE:
Recommended period of use is 2 years from delivery date. This is not a shelf life; when stored properly, closed in original packaging, these casings can be safely used beyond the mentioned period.
BASIC CHEMICAL COMPOSITION:
Collagen 47 - 54 %
Water 19.5 - 24.5 %
Glycerine (food grade) 14 - 17 %
Cellulose (food grade) 3.5 - 5.5 %
Oil (food grade) 3 - 5 %
Colour components 0 - 3 %
Recommendation labelling: Edible collagen casing. If coloured, colour components must also be mentioned, by name or with the E number after the class name (colours).
Viscofan ND processed casings are intended at being consumed together with the products they contain. They comply with European Regulation (EC) No. 853/2004 of the European Parliament as amended.
No allergen substances, in accordance with European Regulation (EU) 1169/2011 are used during manufacture of Viscofan casings.
Original raw materials and process coadjutants used in Viscofan casings do not contain genetically modified organisms, and specific labelling is not
required in accordance to European Regulations (EC) 1829/2003 and 1830/2003.