Maize starch, corn flour or corn starch is the starch of the corn (maize) grain obtained from the endosperm of the corn kernel. Maize starch is basically a carbohydrate, which is in white powder form. Maize starch has various direct and indirect uses in many industries.
Maize Starch is a cereal starch having low Protein & Ash content and has a distinctive appearance and feed.
Maize starch is used as a thickening agent in soups and liquid-based foods, such as sauces, gravies and custards. Practically every industry in existence uses starch or its derivatives in one form or another.
• Natural Sweeteners
• Thickening agent
• Pharmaceutical Industry
• Textiles (Sizing and Dyeing)
• Paper making and Textiles weaving
• Modified Starch industries
• Texture and clarity
• Binder & stabilizer (Exciepient)
• Starch Derivatives industries
• Detergent Soaps
• Corn Flour
• Aluminium and Cast iron Foundries
• Cosmetics industries
• Rubber and Foam industries
• Dry Battery Cell industries
• Explosive industries
• Thickening & Gelling agent
• Extra Neutral Alcohol