Prebiotic Resistant Starch

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Promitor Resistant Starch from Tate & Lyle functions as a prebiotic fiber, is well tolerated by the body and has a low glycemic response. Part of the company’s new Promitor range of dietary fibers, the resistant starch will add more fiber to baked products and snacks including cereal, crackers, cookies, bread and pasta without impact on taste or texture. While some resistant starch ingredients do not survive well in extreme process conditions, this line shows superior stability, and the company said it can be used in smaller quantities to deliver better results. This enables cost efficiency and low impact on the formulation. It has very low water-holding capacity, making it easy to substitute for wheat flour in low-moisture systems such as crackers and cookies. Phone (866) 653-6622; Web www.tateandlyle.com

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