AMIDOGEM LINE® Starches

AMIDOGEM LINE® Starches are modified food starches produced from the extraction, separation and drying of the starchy part of grains, seeds, tubercles and roots.

Introduction to AMIDOGEM LINE® Starches
Also known as
Modified Food Starch line, amidogem

AMIDOGEM LINE® Starches are modified food starches produced from the extraction, separation and drying of the starchy part of grains, seeds, tubercles and roots. This starch line improves performance and stability during shelf life. Developed at our Gemacom Tech laboratories in Brazil, each formula is tested and adapted for your specific product line, providing optimum results for your food and beverage portfolio. AMIDOGEM LINE® Starches are ideal for use in a variety of products including dairy, sauces and dressings.

AMIDOGEM LINE® Starches is available in:
2 Regions
  • North America
  • Latin America

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