AllStarch Starch Acetate is used for food application.
AllStarch Starch Acetate is a wheat starch esterified with acetic acid. AllStarch Starch Acetate shows an increased thickening capacity and increased stability regarding to chemical and mechanical stress.
|Water content, %||-||13,0||DIN EN ISO 1666|
|Protein (N×5.7) d.s.b., %||-||0.3||DIN EN ISO 3188|
|Starch (by Evers) d.s.b., %||98||-||DIN EN ISO 10520|
|Ash d.s.b., %||-||0.5||DIN EN ISO 3593|
|Sieve analysis: particles > 200 µm, %||-||2|
|Bulk density, kg/m3||550||700|
|Viscosity, BU||see Brabender profile|
|Total plate count, cfu/g||max. 10.000|
|E. coli, cfu/g||negative|
Rheological properties were significantly changed by esterification. Consequences are:
ALLSTARCH ACETATE is primarily applied as a thickener in:
ALLSTARCH ACETATE complies with directive 95/2/EC, Annex 1 modified starches, with directive 2008/84/EC of directive number 178/2002/EC food safety, with directive 1881/2006 for toxic metals (heavy metals) as well as with all further valid food law requirements.
Cool, dry and ventilated warehouse rooms; max. relative humidity 70%
24 months from date of production in unopened packing
25 kg net paper bags, 1'000 kg net big bags and bulk in silo trucks.
ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 22000, GMP, Kocher-Certificate, Halal-Certificate