Cargill develops new SimPure starches

To help meet the growing demand for simpler labels and familiar ingredients for dairy and culinary products, Cargill has added two new waxy corn-based starches to its label-friendly line: SimPure 99400 and 99405.

SimPure 99400 and 99405 provide stability through pasteurisation in custards and similar dairy desserts. As a cook-up starch, SimPure requires minimum reformulation.

Cargill launched the SimPure Functional Label-Friendly Starch portfolio in October 2017 to replace modified starches in frozen meals and slow cooked meats. Since then, it has added eight new starch products to this portfolio of functional, label-friendly starches.

Cargill Europe starch product line manager Laura Goodbrand said: “Food processors require texturisers that perform, even when subjected to more intense heating and shear conditions. Our new SimPure starches deliver on those competing needs, providing manufacturers with the functional attributes they need, using a familiar, plant-sourced ingredient.”

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