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Food Product Design

Food Product Design “Medium flours, such as sorghum or brown rice, and heavy flours, such as quinoa, millet or a nut meal, result in a dense product, often darker in color, and with less rise, and that’s where tapioca starch or potato starch would be added to provide some lightness,”

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Food Processing

Food Processing Suchero Coconut Palm Sugar, which can be used in specialty baked goods, energy bars and beverages and also as a tabletop sweetener, is an all-natural, low-glycemic index sugar. The sugar content is primarily sucrose (78-89 %) and is certified organic, GMO-free, kosher and halal, and contains 16 amino

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Nutritional Outlook

Nutritional Outlook American Key Food Products now offers Suchero coconut palm sugar, a low-glycemic sugar with multiple applications. At a glycemic index of 35, Suchero classifies as a low-glycemic sugar, giving it potential for use in products marketed to diabetics. The certified organic sugar is light brown in color, mildly

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Food Technology

Food Technology Coconut palm sugar, Suchero brand, is a low-glycemic-index sugar, which can be used in baked goods, energy bars, and beverages, and as a tabletop sweetener. The organic, all-natural product was introduced to the North American market by American Key Food Products. “Because it’s made from the sap of

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Prepared Foods

Prepared Foods Premium Cassava Flour differs from indigenous cassava flours, and starch, as the drying technique results in a specific range of desired starch gelatinization levels and a yield of 7% dietary fiber content. Similar to other cassava flours and tapioca starch, it retains more than 80% cassava-derived (tapioca) starch

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Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery

Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery “The baking and snack industries have begun to address the requirements for non-allergenic and gluten-free ingredients, segments that have been steadily growing over the past few years,” says Mel Festejo, COO of American Key Food Products. “The starch industry has responded and developed not only

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