Tapioca Native Starch is a starch extracted from the Cassava (Manioc) plant’s roots and then dried. It is a white powder with a bland taste, high water-binding capacity, and a slightly long and cohesive texture. In the food industry, its applications include bakery products, sheeted and extruded snacks, soups, sauces, gravies, puddings, pie fillings, pudding powders, dairy desserts, and processed meats.
Used for food texture and stiffening, natural starches are consequential from foundations such as waxy maize, wheat, tapioca, maize, high amylose maize and potato. Instinctive starches are inexplicable in cold water, fanciful to different degrees and dependent on the temperature used and they have very good moisture retention, thickening, gelling and anti-staling properties. We are leading manufacturer, supplier and exporter of Tapioca Native Starch in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India.
|1||Appearance||White Colour, Free Flowing Powder|
|2||pH||5.0 – 7.0|
|3||Moisture content||% Max||13.0|
|4||Viscosity of 5% in Brookfield viscometer||cps Min||1500|
|5||Viscosity of 2% in Red Wood No.1 viscometer||sec Min||50|
|6||Fiber Content||ml Max||1.0|
|7||Sieve Retention||% Max||1.0|
|8||Ash Content||% Max||0.2|
|9||Sulphur Dioxide||ppm Max||100|
|11||Free Acidity||ml Max||1.5|
Tapioca Native Starch is used in Hot-melt glues, stamps, bookbinding, envelopes, labels (regular and waterproof), wood adhesive, laminations, automotive, engineering, pressure-sensitive adhesives, corrugation and paper sacks.