LU - 1404 - 7 is a product of oxidation of potato starch with sodium hypochlorite. It has better functional properties than potato starch. When boiled, aqueous solutions of LU - 1404 - 7 form transparent colloidal solutions of low viscosity, which, after cooling down, set to relatively strong gels which are not prone to retrogradation or syneresis. Due to its low viscosity, higher concentrations of the product may be used whilst boiling, with a maximum concentration of 40 %.
Non-GMO declaration:the product is not derived from or produced using genetically modified organisms
Alergen statement:the product does not contain any allergenic ingredients
Colour:white to light cream
Form:loose powder without clumps or lumps
Aroma:typical of oxidised starch
Properties:hot-water-soluble, unstable in acidic environment with a pH < 4
It is particularly recommended for the production of jellies, soft gummies and fruit filling for confectionery goods. In lower concentrations, LU - 1404 - 7 can be used for the production of: salad sauces, vegetable sauces, sauces for canned meet and vegetables, soups, instant soups, dressings, mayonnaise, flavoured and thermised yoghurts, thermally-processed flavoured milk drinks, etc.
Multilayer vented paper bags (25kg) or flexible big-bag containers (800 or 1000kg). Unit packaging must be approved for food contact.
Dry, clean and well-ventilated facilities without foreign odours, protected against rodents.
Minimum shelf life:
Recommended storage time: no longer than 24 months in original packaging. It is advised however to keep the storage time short as possible because the moisture content may increase gradually.