Maize Starch 03401 Crystalline Powder

    DESCRIPTION

    Native Maize Starch

    AppearancePowder
    ApplicationsNative Maize starches are multifunctional ingredients exhibiting properties that can be used in a number of food applications and manufacturing processes:texturising agents, film formers, water binders, fillers and thickeners. The product is applied in food products such as:bakery products, pudding powders, salad dressings, soups and sauces, baby and health foods, meat products (corned, hams and shoulders)
    CN Code1108 12 00
    CAS No.9005-25-8
    EINECS No.2326796
    Raw MaterialCorn (Maize)
    FunctionalityShort gel texture, opaque gel, relatively high viscosity, easy dispersion in cold water, fair resistance to shear, poor stability to retrogradation, poor freeze-thaw stability
    Allergen informationsMaize
    Kosher statuscertified
    Halal StatusCertified

    SPECIFICATIONS

    Moisture10.5 to 13.5%
    Non Soluble Residuepasses the test
    Sulphur Dioxide (SO2)Max 10 mg/kg
    Bulk DensityTypically 700g/l
    AshTypically 0.1%
    pH
    (slurry)
    20g + 100ml: Min 4 - Max 6
    Viscosity
    (Neutr Brab)
    at 95
    Protein
    (Nx6.25 on d.b.)
    Max 0.4 %
    StorageStore inside under dry conditions
    PackagingBulk, paper bags, big bags
    Shelf life24 months from date of production provided the recommended storage conditions are respected.

    MICROBIOLOGICAL

    Total plate countMax 5000 g
    YeastsMax 500 g
    MouldsMax 500 g
    Salmonellaabsent /25g
    Escherichia Coliabsent


    Direct Food Ingredients will ensure that any material supplied this specification will confirm to the above physical and chemical properties. However, we have no control over the use of the material and can accept no responsibility for problems caused by the customer's failure to ensure the material supplied is suitable for the intended use.

    This specification has been last modified on Fri 9 December 2011 (837)

    Product also known as : Native C*Gel

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