DRESS’N® Starch

DRESS’N® Starch is a maize starch designed specifically for semi-solid or heavy cream type salad dressings.

Introduction to DRESS’N® Starch

DRESS’N® Starch is a maize starch designed specifically for semi-solid or heavy cream type salad dressings. It is an excellent emulsion stabilizer in that it prevents the coalescence of oil droplets, and hence breakdown of the oil-egg-starch matrix. DRESS’N® Starch possesses characteristics essential to a salad dressing starch, including: good acid tolerance, resistance to high shear forces, moderate to high sheen, and blandness. This starch produces a high viscosity dressing having a short, smooth texture and no set-back. Hot paste viscosity is low. After cooling, the paste can be held overnight or longer before processing is continued. It can be used in all types of cooking and cooling equipment.

DRESS’N® Starch is available globally

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