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GPC tapioca MALTRIN® line: A viable and cost effect alternative to IP non-GMO corn maltodextrins and corn syrup solids

Are you looking for a quality, cost effective non-GMO maltodextrin or syrup solid for your finished sports nutrition product, baked good, confection, salty snack, dry beverage mix, etc.?  If so, here are the reasons why GPC’s newly launched tapioca MALTRIN® line of maltodextrins and syrup solids may be your perfect ingredients. 

Maltodextrins and syrup solids are carbohydrates known as polysaccharides, which are manufactured by breaking down starches found naturally in starchy vegetables like corn, or cassava.  They are extremely versatile ingredients that are widely used in the food industry.  Some people may be surprised to realize just how common of an ingredient maltodextrins and syrup solids really are.  Whether they are added to your favourite sports nutrition product to provide a good carbohydrate source, improve the mouth feel, and help increase the product’s stability, or added to your favourite baked good to improve the overall tenderness, help control browning during baking, and even help reduce the fat content, maltodextrins and syrup solids have a very diverse number of uses in many different applications.

Customers have increasingly higher expectations, and as producers, you are aware that quality is no longer an option. You cannot rely on any maltodextrin, you need only the best. GPC, who CCC Ingredients is proud to be a strategic partner with in the Canadian food, pharmaceutical and personal care industries, is the largest, most dependable producer of maltodextrins and corn syrup solids in the world. Thanks to GPC, you can now have access to an unmatched product line and a commitment to quality that is second to none. 

GPC’s MALTRIN® brand of maltodextrins and corn syrup solids are considered the gold standard for the industry.  And this unrivalled product line has now gotten even better! With the addition of their newly launched tapioca MALTRIN® line you have the same high quality and consistent supply you expect from GPC’s MALTRIN® products, but now based on non-GMO tapioca (cassava).

As the debate rages on over the pros and cons of genetically modified crops, and consumer’s perceptions continue to change, many manufacturers are now looking to use non-GMO ingredients wherever possible. If you are one of them, you will be happy to know that CCC Ingredients already makes it possible for you to utilize a GPC’s identity preserved (IP) non-GMO corn maltodextrins and syrup solids. 

This addresses the need for a non-GMO ingredient, but may still raise concerns with some consumers since it is still based on corn.  That’s why we are excited to offer you an excellent alternative. GPC’s tapioca MALTRIN® line, produced from cassava, offers you a lower cost alternative compared to IP non-GMO corn, while also allowing you to replace corn with a more label friendly tapioca.  Aside from being non-GMO, these products are demineralized, cronobactor free, gluten free, and available in a strippable dairy bag.  The tapioca MALTRIN® line is also available in a wide range of dextrose equivalents (DE), so finding the right non-GMO alternative to a traditional corn based maltodextrin or syrup solid can be easily accomplished.

Tapioca MALTRIN®, in all available DE ranges, is a viable and cost effect alternative to IP non-GMO corn maltodextrins and corn syrup solids for any application, and a great option for any new product development, where a non-GMO option is required.

Interested in finding out more, and understanding how you can replace your current maltodextrin or corn syrup solid with GPC’s tapioca MALTRIN®?  Contact CCC Ingredients now at info@ccc-ingredients.com .

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