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maize starch/ corn starch food grade manufacturer

Model No.: NC16
Product Name: maize starch/ corn starch food grade manufacturer
Product Origin: Zhengzhou,China
Standard: USP32NF27
Brand Name: NC
PriceTerms: T/T,DP,L/C
Supply Ability: 100MT/MONTH
Detailed Product Description:

Corn starch is used as a thickening agent in soups, puddings, and such. Corn starch is included in many baked good recipes, and is often used in conjunction with flour.

Routine Packing:25kg/drum

Place of origin:China

QC:Haccp,Hala,Kosher,ISO

Payment terms:T/T or L/C

Port of dispapch:Shanghai,Tianjin,Qindao

Applications:1. Corn starch is used to produce Liquid glucose, High Fructose Syrup, Maltodextrin and dextrose monohydrate etc. 2. Corn starch is used in the modified starch for foodstuff and papermaking and chemical industry,etc.. 3. Corn starch is used in the fermented industry and produce monosodium glutamate, citric acid,etc.. 4. Other industries, such as metallurgy, casting,etc.

Corn starch Food Grade

Item

Specifications

Appearance

White powder

Odor

Natural

Moisture

≤13.5%

Acidity

≤1.8 T

Ash

≤0.15%

Protein

≤0.5%

Spots /cm2

≤0.5%

Fat

≤0.15%

Fineness

≥99.5%

Whiteness

≥90%

SO2

≤30 mg/kg

Heavy metal

Arsenic content (ppm)

0.5

Lead content (ppm)

1.0

Corn starch, corn flour or maize starch is a fine, powdery starch that is made out of corn. The corn starch is actually made from the endosperm of the corn, which makes up most of the kernels that we eat when enjoying popcorn or corn on the cob. Corn starch, also sometimes called corn flour, is produced by grinding, washing and drying the endosperm of the corn until it reaches that fine, powdery state. Corn starch is gluten free.

Corn starch has many culinary uses, but it is most often used as a thickener for sauces, gravies and fruit pie fillings. Corn starch thickens very quickly and easily, and forms a clear sauce after cooking, rather than an opaque one. It has roughly twice the thickening power of flour, and while it is flavorless after cooking, it does need to be cooked for a short period to remove any starchy flavor from the starch, as well as to give the mixture it is used in a chance to thicken. Unlike flour, corn starch will clump up if added directly to hot liquids and must be mixed with a small amount of color liquid before being incorporated into something hot, such as a gravy or a pudding. It if is added to a cold mixture, it does not need to be prepared in any way before cooking and will dissolve as the mixture heats up. If cooked for an extended period of time, or whisked too vigorously, a mixture thickened with corn starch can break. Arrowroot and tapioca are both good substitutes for corn starch when it comes to thickening power.

Product Application
1. Corn starch is used to produce Liquid glucose, High Fructose Syrup, Maltodextrin and dextrose monohydrate etc.
2. Corn starch is used in the modified starch for foodstuff and papermaking and chemical industry,etc..
3. Corn starch is used in the fermented industry and produce monosodium glutamate, citric acid,etc..
4. Other industries, such as metallurgy, casting,etc.

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