maltodextrin


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maltodextrin

(ˌmɔːltəʊˈdɛkstrɪn)
n
(Chemistry) a dextrin produced from starch used as a food additive, for example in energy bars, etc
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maltodextrin

maltodextrin

n maltodextrina
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Matco Foods Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Khalid Ghori, while speaking at the signing ceremony said that 'The new plant will include a section to produce 2,000 tonnes of rice protein per year and a spray dryer plant to manufacture 2,000 tonnes of maltodextrin per year, which will contribute towards import substitution'
When you mix specific concentrations of gelatin and maltodextrin at a high temperature to obtain a homogeneous mixture, a hydrogel is the result.
UKPRwire, Tue Jan 09 2018] According to a new market report published by Credence Research "Maltodextrin Market - Growth, Share, Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, and Forecast 2015 - 2021," the maltodextrin market was valued at US$ 3.
The combined use of proteins with starch derivatives such as maltodextrin, which, besides having a low cost is characterized by low hygro scop ici ty avoiding agglomeration of particles, may be interesting, since they can improve the surface properties necessary to achieve effective microencapsulation (Anekella & Orsat, 2013).
USPRwire, Sat Nov 18 2017] According to a new market report published by Credence Research "Maltodextrin Market - Growth, Share, Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, and Forecast 2015 - 2021," the maltodextrin market was valued at US$ 3.
According to a new market report published by Credence Research Maltodextrin Market - Growth, Share, Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, and Forecast 2015 - 2021, the maltodextrin market was valued at US$ 3.
Pelmeni with herbs (flavor enhancer E621, maltodextrin, flavoring Chicken (contains cereals, eggs), spices (garlic parsley, dill), vegetable-based granulated broth, acidity regulator E330, anti-caking agent E551 , extracts of celery and garlic).
However, cHAP and other mice on the alcohol diet together with the artificial sugar maltodextrin had greater hepatosteatosis and overall degree of liver injury compared to mice that consumed a diet of alcohol and water together with maltodextrin.
The raw materials used for suspension were turmeric extract (in organic solvent), glycerin, maltodextrin and water.
These pulps were combined with maltodextrin at 30% (dextrose equivalent of 20), placed on stainless steel trays and stored in an ultra-freezer (CL90-40V, Terroni) for freezing during 24 h.
Whilst high glycaemic ingredients, such as maltodextrin, help to reduce the sugar because they are oligo- or polysaccharides (and not mono- or disaccharides), they nevertheless have a significant impact on a persons metabolism.