Maltodextrin Starch

Maltodextrin starch, often referred to simply as maltodextrin, is a carbohydrate-based food additive made from starch. It is produced by partial hydrolysis of starch, typically derived from corn, rice, potato, or wheat. During the hydrolysis process, starch molecules are broken down into shorter chains of glucose molecules, resulting in a white, tasteless powder known as maltodextrin.


Net weight: 25/50kg PP/Kraft bag (55.1/110.2 lbs)


Functional Uses

Neutralizer, Stabilizer, Thickener, Texturizer,…



Maltodextrin is a versatile carbohydrate-based food additive with a wide range of applications in the food and beverage industry. Specifically, it can be used in Processed foods, Bakery, Confectionary, Nutrional products,…