Dextrose Monohydrate Crystaline Powder

    DESCRIPTION

    AppearancePowder
    ApplicationsThis product is a general purpose monohydrate dextrose used in a high number of food products such as: Bakery products; Ice cream and frozen desserts; dairy products; meat products; spices and seasonings; Convenience food.
    CN Code1702 30 50
    CAS No.14431-43-7
    EINECS No.2000751
    Ingredients DeclarationDextrose
    Raw MaterialCorn (Maize)
    FunctionalityClear, sweet flavour (relative sweetness at 10% ds:75)
    Significant cooling effect
    high fermentability
    Good Stability (no inversion)
    High osmolarity
    High browning effect (mallard reaction)

    SPECIFICATIONS

    Moisture8 to 9.5%
    Dextrose
    (on Dried Basis)
    Min 99.5 %
    Solubility
    (Water, 25°C)
    Typically 51%
    Particle size<0.10mm: Typically 18%
    >0.50mm: Typically 5%
    DE
    (Lane Eynon)
    Typically 99.8
    Chloride (Cl)Typically 25mg/kg
    Sulphur Dioxide (SO2)Max 10 mg/kg
    Sulphated ash
    (on dried basis)
    Typically 0.03%
    Granulations<100μm: Max 35%
    >500μm: Max 10%
    Heat
    (of Solution 25°C)
    -106J/g typical
    StorageStore inside, under dry conditions
    PackagingBulk; paper bags
    Shelf life2 years if storage conditions observed. For products delivered in bulk, there should be a clean storage and circulation system, protected for any potential contamination

    MICROBIOLOGICAL

    Total plate countMax 300 /g
    YeastsMax 100 /g
    MouldsMax 100 /g
    Staphylococcus aureusAbsent /g
    SalmonellaAbsent /25g


    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 Wed 7 December 2011 (828)

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