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POLYDEXTROSE

Polydextrose (E1200) is a soluble fiber frequently employed as a food ingredient. It is derived through the polymerization of glucose, forming a complex carbohydrate that resists digestion in the small intestine.

Polydextrose (PDX) is a versatile ingredient that can be used to improve the nutritional profile, texture, and functionality of a wide range of food products, including baked goods, dairy products, beverages, confectionery, and nutritional bars.

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TYPES OF POLYDEXTROSE

Polydextrose (CAS 68424-04-4), is a versatile food ingredient derived from glucose polymerization. It’s widely used in creating reduced-calorie and sugar-free food products. Now, polydextrose has become a staple in formulating various foods and beverages. Typically available in two main types:

Powdered Polydextrose

Powdered Polydextrose

Powdered Polydextrose

This form of polydextrose is finely powdered and often used in dry mixes for beverages, powdered drink mixes, and dry bakery products.

Powdered Low Sugar Polyglucose

Powdered Low Sugar Polyglucose

It is a specially treated polysaccharide powder that has reduced glucose content. It can be used as a thickener and stabilizer for low-sugar foods and beverages, helping to improve product texture and extend shelf life.

Liquid Polydextrose

Liquid Polydextrose

Liquid Polydextrose

It is commonly utilized in beverages, dairy goods, and confections in its syrupy liquid form. It is easier to incorporate into liquid formulations compared to powdered polydextrose.

FUNCTIONS OF POLYDEXTROSE

Derived from the polymerization of dextrose (glucose), polydextrose stands out for its versatility and wide range of applications in the food industry. With its ability to act as a bulking agent, texture modifier, humectant, binding agent, and sugar replacement, polydextrose plays a crucial role in creating low-calorie, reduced-sugar, and fiber-enriched food products.

Functions of Polydextrose

APPLICATIONS OF POLYDEXTROSE

Polydextrose hailed as a versatile and indispensable ingredient in the food industry, permeates a wide array of food and beverage applications, offering multifaceted benefits. From baked goods to beverages, and dairy products to confectionery items, Poly-D-glucose plays a pivotal role in enhancing texture, reducing sugar content, and fortifying fiber content while maintaining product integrity and sensory appeal.

Applications of Polydextrose
Polydextrose Applications

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FAQs

It is a soluble fiber and low-calorie carbohydrate that is commonly used as a food additive to improve texture, increase fiber content, and reduce sugar content in food products.

Poly-D-glucose is made through the polymerization of dextrose (glucose), resulting in a complex carbohydrate that is resistant to digestion in the small intestine.

PDX offers several benefits, including improving texture, increasing fiber content, reducing sugar content, and providing fewer calories compared to traditional carbohydrates.

E1200 is used as a bulking agent, texture modifier, and sugar replacement in a wide range of food products, including baked goods, beverages, dairy products, and confectionery items.

Yes, polydextrose powder can be used in cooking and baking as a sugar substitute to reduce sugar content and increase fiber content in recipes.

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