As raw materials for starch production can be used potatoes, corn and tapioca, to provide customers with a wide range of raw materials for meat, chicken, fish processing, dairy, confectionery and other industries.

Potato starch, native and modified (E 1442, E 1422, E 1414, E 1450).

Thanks to the low protein and lipid content, potato starch does not have an expressed flavour, has a good water binding capacity, clear structure, and is stable at high and low temperatures. It has a broad range of possible applications because of its mechanical resistance, as well as stability in acidic environments.

Application: soups, sauces, ketchups, desserts, dairy products, candy, pasta, meat and fish products, creams, pharmaceuticals, baby food.

Corn starch, modified (E 1442, E 1422).

Corn starch has a distinct flavor, a cloudy, smooth structure. Depending on the modifications the stability at high and low temperatures, as well as mechanical strength can change.

Application: sauces, ketchup, dairy products, desserts, and mayonnaise.

Tapioca starch, native and modified (E, 1442 E 1414).

Tapioca starch has mild taste, forms a clear, creamy and smooth texture. Tapioca starch has a good water binding capacity, excellent stability at high and low temperatures.

Applications: sauces, desserts, ketchup, pastries, dairy products.

Potato fiber, natural.

These fibers provide excellent texturizing benefits and/or high nutritional value for human nutrition. Main properties of the fibres is their ability to bind cold water and fat. The properties of potato fibres are not affected neither by the change of temperature and the pH, nor strong mechanical processing. They stabilize emulsions and give constant consistency. Being derived from potatoes, fibers perfectly fit in ‘free from allergens’ formulations.

Key benefits of potato fibres:

* Excellent texturizing benefits
* High nutritional value
* Free from allergens

Application: bakery, delicatessen and meat products.

For more information please contact our sales manager: Laura Roķe.