After nearly three years of intensive work, Empyreal 75 has received its official ingredient name–Corn Protein Concentrate–from the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO). This new ingredient, considered a GRAS substance originating from a food processing facility, is available solely from Cargill Corn Milling under the brand name Empyreal 75.
Corn Protein Concentrate is the dried proteinaceous fraction of the corn primarily originating from the endosperm after removal of the majority of the non-protein components by enzymatic solubilization of the protein stream obtained from the wet-mill process. This proteinaceous fraction of the corn must contain not less than 80% protein on a moisture-free basis and not more than 1% starch on a moisture-free basis.
This fraction shall be free of fermented corn extractives, corn germ meal and other non-protein components except in such amounts as might occur unavoidably in good manufacturing processes. Vegetable oils or other appropriate ingredients defined in Section 87 in the Association of American Feed Control Officials Official Publication (AAFCO OP) may be added in concentrations not to exceed 3% to reduce dust during handling. The name of the conditioning agent must be shown as an added ingredient.
With Empyreal 75, you'll know exactly what is contained in every shipment, every time. For a detailed, printable list, go to Technical Specifications.
For your convenience, we've included a printable PDF of Empyreal 75 MSDS information.
This important information accompanies every shipment of Empyreal 75. It's your assurance of a consistently pure product. Click here to see a Guaranteed Analysis.