Native and modificated wheat starches: versatile properties and applications.
The further development of wheat starches with their different functions, the special properties and the resulting applications is a speciality of the Food Ingredients producer Loryma. The native and modificated wheat starches have a variety of properties that can optimise the customer’s end-consumer products as regards the texture, stability and flavour.
Special wheat starches for special applications
Loryma offers customised wheat starches for many different application fields. Apart from the native wheat starches for standard applications and the modificated speciality starches, Loryma also offers clean label starches in its wheat starches portfolio.
The Three Hare wheat starch, one of the native starches in the Loryma product range, is primarily used for standard starch applications in all areas of the food industry. Especially when it is used for structuring, sensory properties are needed. Loryma has developed a large portfolio of special starches for the special requirements of specific areas. Our offer is rounded off with our extruded flours, consisting of at least 70% starch.
Clean label starches
Apart from our native wheat starches for standard applications and our modificated special starches, our portfolio is rounded off by clean-label starches. They are purely physically modificated wheat starches that are suitable, for example, for cold production and for uniformly filling lumpy sauces, such as canned vegetables or goulash sauce and salads (for instance coleslaw).