CLEARGUM® CO - Emulsifying starch

Modified starch from waxy maize | Emulsifying agent

CLEARGUM® CO starch is produced from waxy maize. This modified starch is an emulsifying agent and is also used for stabilisation

Introduction


CLEARGUM® CO starches
are starch sodium octenyl succinate produced from waxy maize. These modified starches are produced by reaction of octenyl succinic anhydride to form a substituted starch with hydrophilic and hydrophobic groups.

To make this product easy to use and to decrease viscosity, this starch is partially hydrolysed.

This starch is used for stabilisation of oil in water emulsion.

Product description

Description

  • Waxy maize based starches
  • White to slightly yellow odourless powder

Compliance

  • JECFA / CODEX: FAO FOOD and NUTRITION 
  • PAPER 52/9
  • EU DIRECTIVE 2000/63/EC
  • US Food Chemical Codex

Registrations vary depending on local regulations.

Range

  • CLEARGUM® CO 01
  • CLEARGUM® CO 03 with lower viscosity

Properties

  • Low viscosity
  • Easy to dissolve

Functionnalities

  • Emulsifier in low fat sauces
  • Thickener

Applications

  • Carrier for flavours
  • Encapsulation oils vitamins
  • Emulsions
  • Low fat mayonnaise dressings

Formulation assistance

Here are some recipes developed by Roquette and which have inspired fruitful developments on the market:

  • Coffee whiteners
  • Encapsulation of orange oïl
  • Encapsulation of vitamins
  • Salad dressing without egg with 50 % oil and CLEARGUM® CO 01
  • Mayonnaise without egg or mustard with CLEARGUM® CO 01
  • 70 % fat mayonnaise without egg with CLEARGUM® CO 01

Packaging

For more information about packaging, please contact us.

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