Tate & Lyle Merizet 116 and Merizet 118 extra-dry starches

Wednesday, 15 February, 2012 | Supplied by: Tate & Lyle Food Systems



Tate & Lyle has announced the expansion of its range of native starches, with the introduction of two extra-dry starch products, Merizet 116 and Merizet 118, with moisture contents of typically 5 and 7% respectively.

The starches are suitable for use in frozen dough, powdered soups, dehydrated soups, noodles, sauces, desserts and other dry mixes in which moisture control is critical. They may improve the stability and shelf life of the final product by helping to prevent the development of moisture in the product during storage. Extra-dry starches are especially suitable for dry mixes sold in tropical markets.

Both starch references are made from non-genetically modified maize.

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