Overview: What is Corn Starch?
Also known as Maize Starch, Corn Starch is a white to off-white powder manufactured from the endosperm of maize kernels. It has been used for decades, starting initially as an industrial additive before gradually expanding into its now primary niche of food manufacture.
It is most commonly used today as a thickening agent. As such, you can find this in a range of foods due to this and its comparatively inexpensive cost. As a result, it is ideal for products such as soups, sauces, gravies and beyond. What makes Corn Starch more appealing is that it does not make your final product cloudy and translucent as standard flours can do.
Beyond thickening, you can see the use of Corn Starch in a range of other food applications. Whether as an anticaking agent in powdered sugars or even as a bulking agent for yoghurts and cheeses, Corn Starch is a valuable ingredient in your ingredients arsenal.
Other industries that use corn starch include cosmetics, pharmaceutical and even industrial manufacturers. You can find it as the critical component in baby powders, blood sugar maintenance, an anti-stick agent for latex and even as a starching agent in laundrettes.
Corn Starch at Kilo Ltd.
Here at Kilo, we work with a host of leading worldwide manufacturers to source the perfect product for you at a great price. We hold Corn Starch on-site for rapid despatch and can provide as little as 25kg bags to buy. So, whether you need one sack, a pallet or more, Kilo has you covered.
If you would like pricing, have questions or would like anything else, please get in touch with Kilo today and see how we can help you as one of the leading suppliers of Corn Starch in the UK.
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|Foods|||||Powdered Sugars, Yoghurt, Cheese, Soups, Sauces|
|Pharmaceutical|||||Blood Sugar Maintenance, Baby Powder, Latex|
|Industrial|||||Industrial Starching Agent|
This information is provided as a guide and is by no means legally binding. Suggestions on dosage rates, specific applications and anything else related to detailed quality information can be provided by our quality team or requested directly to our manufacturer.