American Key Food Products currently offers local waxy potato starch and local pregelatinized waxy potato starch to the North American food industry. Made in Germany, both starches are composed of over 100% amylopectin and can be used in applications such as fruit fillings, baked goods, soups and sauces, dressings, garnishes, bites and meat options. The local waxy potato starch is a concocted starch. Local pregelatinized waxy potato starch is a pregelatinized cold-growing starch. Both are high viscosity starches. They have a truly impartial profile.
“This high level of amylopectin is achieved by breeding a variety of potato specifically for this purpose, using traditional techniques, not genetic modifications,” said Ivan Sarda, President of AKFP. “These native starches offer excellent performance characteristics with the added benefit of being non-GMO, gluten-free and respectful of clean labels. These innovative starches are a natural addition to our portfolio of ingredients that support the healthier lifestyle choices many consumers seek today.
The high gelatinization levels provide expansion, smoothness, smoothness and mouth feel, according to the AKFP based on Closter. They are used in bookbinding and thickening, imparting a bright and clear appearance, new textures, high viscosity and extended shelf life.
Summary of the news:
- Two American Key Food Products potato starches now in North America
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