Maize Starch Waxy consists only of amylopectin molecules found in Maize. Maize is a cereal that is cultivated all over the world due to its capability of growing under diverse climatic, soil and physical conditions. The largest producers of Maize are the USA and China, whilst other countries across the globe such as Argentina and Italy are also large producers of the cereal. Maize contains a fair percentage of both protein and fibre, whilst also offering a good source of minerals and vitamins.
• Pastes made from Waxy Maize Starch have high freeze/thaw-stability.
• Aqueous cook-up solutions of Waxy Maize Starch yield high-viscous, clear pastes which do not tend to thicken.
• Used as a thickener for deep-frozen products, crèmes, cold fruit cups, and milk products.
• Suitable for use in bakeries, diabetic and baby-food products (soups, sauces and other powdered foodstuffs).