TAPIOCA Dextrin

Our TAPIOCA Dextrin Starch line includes both non-GMO and traditional products. These starches can be used in carriers in dry mixes, as thickeners in liquid foods, and as film formers in food coatings. 

Introduction to TAPIOCA Dextrin
Also known as
Tapioca dextrins

Our TAPIOCA Dextrin Starch line includes both non-GMO and traditional products. These starches can be used in carriers in dry mixes, as thickeners in liquid foods, and as film formers in food coatings.  TAPIOCA Dextrin offers varying levels of solubility. This starch line acts as an adhesive coating for candy, snack and vegetable, and meat substrates.  In batters and breadings, it enables expansion of the coating during baking or frying. 

At Tate & Lyle, our texturants range now offers a comprehensive array of non-GMO offerings for all regions, providing our customers with choices to fit their needs. Our non-GMO ingredients offer the same functionality as their traditional counterparts without compromising on taste or texture. Meaning you can offer your consumers the foods and beverages they love with a label they can understand and trust.

TAPIOCA Dextrin is available globally
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