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Modified Tapioca Starch


Tapioca starch is the starch derived from tapioca. Starches are basically carbohydrates. Tapioca (cassava) is a basic source of low calories or a supplement to cereal.


Tapioca starch is used in third-generation snack food formulation and it develops a very high viscosity and it is an excellent binder.
Basic home cooking ingredient, - Food manufacturing, Manufacturing of tapioca pearl for dessert dishes
Tapioca starch is a thickener and stabilizer in food industry.
Sauces made with cornstarch turn spongy when they're frozen. If you plan to freeze a dish, use tapioca starch as a thickener.
Tapioca starch is the starch derived from tapioca. Starches are basically carbohydrates
Adhesive and Glue manufacturing in in the adhesive industry due to its relatively high viscosity imparting an appreciable binding capacity. High quality tapioca starch fits for making industrial glues.
In Plywood industry, Tapioca starch made glue helps in strengthening and the quality of plywood.
Tapioca starch is much better suited for hydrolysis and hence, widely used in manufacturing industries downstream products manufacturing industries like liquid glucose, sorbitol, maltodextrin, etc.
It is used as a filler in the manufacturing of animal feeds due to its being highly economical
For tablet production, Native Tapioca starch is used as binders, fillers and disintegrating agents.
The starch has an important role in three stages of production of textiles: mixing, printing and finishing. In textile applications it is widely used in the sizing of yarns and finishing of cotton and polyester fabrics.
Tapioca starch is used in all stages of paper production to flocculate pulp, sizing agent, to fill up the pores on the sheets, increase the smoothness of the sheet surface and to producing special condensed paper for book cover, calendar paper & boxes
It is used in confectionery for different purposes such as gelling, thickening, texture stabilizing, foam strengthening, crystal growth control, adhesion, film foaming and glazing and for jellies and gum manufacturing.

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