Tapioca Starch Products

B SKY is a brand of plant-based tapioca starch. Our tapioca products are vegan, non-GMO and gluten free.

Native Tapioca Starch

Native Tapioca Starch

The purest kind of tapioca starch is the native one, which solely includes unaltered tapioca starch. The native tapioca/cassava/manioc starch is derived from the root of the cassava plant and has outstanding gel characteristics. The starch has a very low level of residual contaminants, and a bland flavor. It is naturally gluten-free, making it a popular choice for gluten-free and celiac-friendly recipes.

HS code: 11081400
Net weight: 
- 25/50kg PP/Kraft bag (55.1/110.2 lbs)
- 500/850kg big bag (1102.3/1873.9 lbs)

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Pregelatinized Tapioca starch (Alpha starch)

Pregelatinized Tapioca starch (Alpha starch)

Pregelatinized tapioca starch is a modified form of tapioca starch that has been processed to undergo a pregelatinization process. During this process, tapioca starch is heated and then dried, which modifies its properties and makes it easier to dissolve in cold or warm water. Pregelatinized tapioca starch is commonly used in various food applications and industrial processes due to its unique characteristics. 

 

HS Code: 350510
Net weight: 25/50kg PP/Kraft bag (55.1/110.2 lbs)

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Acetylated Distarch Adipate (E1422)

Acetylated Distarch Adipate (E1422)

Acetylated Distarch Adipate Tapioca Starch (E1422) is a chemically modified manioc starch. It is made by esterifying tapioca starch with acetic anhydride and esterifying/cross-linking with adipic anhydride. Acetyl esters replace hydroxyl groups as a result of acetylation. This modified tapioca starch falls under the category of food additives used in the food industry. 

 

HS Code: 350510
Net weight: 25/50kg PP/Kraft bag (55.1/110.2 lbs)

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Pregelatinized Acetylated Distarch Adipate (Pregel E1422)

Pregelatinized Acetylated Distarch Adipate (Pregel E1422)

Pregelatinized Acetylated Distarch Adipate (Pregel E1422) is a cold-water swelling tapioca starch. This is a modified starch that has been processed to swell in cold water. Traditional starches require heat to thicken and swell, but cold-water swelling starch can disperse and thicken in cold water or other cold liquids without the need for using heat.  


HS Code: 350510
Net weight: 25/50kg PP/Kraft bag (55.1/110.2 lbs)

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Distarch Phosphate (E1412)

Distarch Phosphate (E1412)

Distarch Phosphate Tapioca starch (E1412) is made by cross-linking method with either sodium trimetaphosphate or phosphorus oxychloride. This modified starch is modified from native tapioca starch. This modified tapioca starch has been chemically treated to improve its properties for various food applications. 


HS Code: 350510
Net weight: 25/50kg PP/Kraft bag (55.1/110.2 lbs)

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Acetylated Distarch Phosphate (E1414)

Acetylated Distarch Phosphate (E1414)

Acetylated Distarch Phosphate Tapioca Starch (E1414) is a modified cassava starch form. Unaltered tapioca starch undergoes a chemical modification process where it is treated with acetic anhydride and phosphorylating agents to create Acetylated Distarch Phosphate. It is chemically treated to improve its properties for various food applications

 

HS Code: 350510
Net weight: 25/50kg PP/Kraft bag (55.1/110.2 lbs)

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Acetylated starch (E1420)

Acetylated starch (E1420)

Acetylated Starch (E1420) or Starch Acetate (INS1420) is modified tapioca starch form obtained by esterification of native cassava starch with acetic anhydride or vinyl acetate. The esterification/acetylation results in substitution of hydroxyl groups with acetyl esters. It is commonly used as a food additive.

 

HS Code: 350510
Net weight: 25/50kg PP/Kraft bag (55.1/110.2 lbs)

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Oxidised starch (E1404)

Oxidised starch (E1404)

Oxidized Tapioca Starch (E1404) is a modified starch derived from tapioca material which is a starchy substance extracted from the roots of the cassava plant. The oxidation process involves treating tapioca starch with an oxidizing agent, which modifies its properties for various industrial applications.


HS Code: 350510
Net weight: 25/50kg PP/Kraft bag (55.1/110.2 lbs)

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Acetylated Oxidised Starch (E1451)

Acetylated Oxidised Starch (E1451)

Acetylated Oxidized Tapioca Starch (E1451) is a chemically modified starch form. The chemical modification process involves both oxidation and acetylation, where native tapioca starch is chemically treated to introduce oxygen-containing functional groups (oxidation) and acetyl groups (acetylation) into the starch molecules.


HS Code: 350510
Net weight: 25/50kg PP/Kraft bag (55.1/110.2 lbs)

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Sodium Octenyl Succinate (E1450)

Sodium Octenyl Succinate (E1450)

Sodium Octenyl Succinate Tapioca starch (E1450) is a modified manioc starch derivative used as a additive in food industry. It is produced by esterifying proceed of starch with octenyl succinic anhydride, resulting in a modified starch with improved properties for various food applications. Sodium Octenyl Succinate can be derived from different starch sources, including tapioca. 

 

HS Code: 350510   
Net weight: 25/50kg PP/Kraft bag (55.1/110.2 lbs)  

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Cationic Starch

Cationic Starch

Cationic tapioca starch is a modified starch that has been chemically treated to carry a positive charge. This modification makes the starch particles attract and bind with negatively charged particles, such as certain types of contaminants or fibers, in various industrial applications.

 

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

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Maltodextrin Starch

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) 

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