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Amylo-Maize Starch N-400 Roquette America, Inc. Amylo-Maize Starch N-400 is a high amylose maize starch that gives a short texture once gelled, fast retrogradation times and a high resistant starch content. It can therefore be used as a process aid, a texturing agent or a fibre source in baking or in s...view more Amylo-Maize Starch N-400 is a high amylose maize starch that gives a short texture once gelled, fast retrogradation times and a high resistant starch content. It can therefore be used as a process aid, a texturing agent or a fibre source in baking or in soft gum confectionery. view less
AmyloGel® Native Starches Cargill Food Ingredients AmyloGel® Native Starches are derived from high amylose maize with either 50% or 75% amylose content. These starches are insoluble in cold water and swell to different degrees, depending on temperature. AmyloGel® Native Starches have thickening, gelling, ...view more AmyloGel® Native Starches are derived from high amylose maize with either 50% or 75% amylose content. These starches are insoluble in cold water and swell to different degrees, depending on temperature. AmyloGel® Native Starches have thickening, gelling, moisture retention and anti-staling properties. view less
Cargill Gel® Native Starches Cargill Food Ingredients Cargill Gel® native starches are derived from either common (dent) corn or waxy maize. Used generally for texturizing and thickening, native starch is derived from sources such as maize, waxy maize, high amylose maize, wheat, tapioca and potato. Native st...view more Cargill Gel® native starches are derived from either common (dent) corn or waxy maize. Used generally for texturizing and thickening, native starch is derived from sources such as maize, waxy maize, high amylose maize, wheat, tapioca and potato. Native starch is insoluble in cold water and swells to different degrees, depending on temperature. Native starch has thickening, gelling, moisture retention and anti-staling properties. view less
Corn / Maize Starch (food/ industrial grade) Hainan Zhongxin Wanguo Chemical Co., Ltd. Corn / Maize Starch (food/ industrial grade) is a white or light yellow powder. This corn starch product is widely used in food products as a thickening agent, and an anti-caking agent.
EMFIX X 02 Emsland-Stärke GmbH Emfix X 02 is a pregelatinized starch which can be used in a great range of emulsified foods to replace partially or totally the classical emulsifiers. Different types of proteins, egg yolk, emulsifiers and gums are used to stabilise food emulsions and im...view more Emfix X 02 is a pregelatinized starch which can be used in a great range of emulsified foods to replace partially or totally the classical emulsifiers. Different types of proteins, egg yolk, emulsifiers and gums are used to stabilise food emulsions and improve their mouthfeel and shelf life. To meet the demand from both food processors and consumers for more save and healthy products (lower fat, no cholesterol, no microbiological problems). Emfix X 02 is a pregelatinized starch which can be used in a great range of emulsified foods to replace partially or totally the classical emulsifiers. Key applications are: dressings, sausages, paté, processed cheese, and coffee whiteners. view less Request Sample
Native Maize Starch Wuhan Golden Wing Industry & Trade Co., Ltd Native Maize Starch appears as white to light yellow with the odor of corn starch. This product is used to produce the high maltose syrup, high fructose syrup and maltodextrin. Native Maize Starch has moisture of ≤14.0% and fat of ≤0.15%.
NOVATION PRIMA® 650 Ingredion NOVATION PRIMA® 650 is a pregelatinized food starch refined from waxy maize. It is ideal for use as a food ingredient.
Roquette® Maize Starch Roquette America, Inc. Roquette® Maize Starch comes from cereal grain and is used for its gelling or thickening properties in many sectors of agri-food applications such as soups, delicatessen meats, sauces, pastries, coatings, pastas, creams. Maize starch is characterized by i...view more Roquette® Maize Starch comes from cereal grain and is used for its gelling or thickening properties in many sectors of agri-food applications such as soups, delicatessen meats, sauces, pastries, coatings, pastas, creams. Maize starch is characterized by its gel temperature of 75°C, its average viscosity and its relatively short texture. view less
Starch 1500® Colorcon Ltd Starch 1500® is a partially pregelatinized maize starch. This unique pharmaceutical excipient combines several properties in a single product: binder, disintegrant, filler and flow-aid while having lubricant properties. This product is versatile and can b...view more Starch 1500® is a partially pregelatinized maize starch. This unique pharmaceutical excipient combines several properties in a single product: binder, disintegrant, filler and flow-aid while having lubricant properties. This product is versatile and can be used in a variety of processing methods for solid oral and dosage forms, including direct compression, wet granulation, dry granulation/roller compaction, and encapsulation. view less