New Clean-Label Rice Starch Survives Harsh Processing Conditions

May 19, 2016

Remypure is Beneo’s first high-performance rice starch that qualifies for clean-label status worldwide, the company says.

Beneo (Morris Plains, NJ) has launched a new rice starch that is natural, clean-label, and stable under harsh processing conditions such as low pH, high temperature, or high shear.

Remypure is Beneo’s first high-performance rice starch that qualifies for clean-label status worldwide, the company says. The firm says the starch's performance is on par with that of non-clean-label starches. “Due to Remypure’s new thermal production process, which is entirely natural, Beneo’s functional native rice starch achieves performance levels comparable to chemically modified food starches without using any chemicals,” the press release states.

Remypure is suited for products like sauces, jarred baby food, dairy desserts, and fruit preparations. It has a clean taste and can improve the shelf-life stability and texture of products and can be supplied in different varieties depending on the application, ranging from creamy to soft.

“As a result of this new product development from Beneo, food manufacturers now have a versatile, clean-label rice starch available, allowing viscosity buildup suitable for both gentle and demanding processing conditions,” the company says.

 

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Jennifer Grebow
Editor-in-Chief
Nutritional Outlook magazine
jennifer.grebow@ubm.com