Flavour refers to the sensory feel of any kind of food consumed by the body. It is primarily discerned by the chemical senses of smell, taste, feel and vision. In the mouth, flavour is sensed by the ‘trigeminal senses’, which detect chemical molecules in the palate of the mouth and throat. Food flavour can be artificially crafted to get a desired combination of taste and feel, setting the signature taste of a dish or food product.
Food flavours are widely used in a huge array of processed and unprocessed food products. Beginning with beverages and ending with bakery products, flavours manifest in everything we consume on a daily basis.
For clients industries with requirement of flavours, MAME has a specially organised section filled with top quality and safe, non-hazardous flavours.
|Minimum Order Quantity||250 Kilogram|
|Packaging Size||50 kg|
Also popularly known as corn flour, corn starch or simply referred to as maize, maize starch is the carbohydrate content extracted from the endosperm of the maize (corn) grain. Maize starch is well known for its use as a thickening agent in processed, liquid-based food products. The maize starch thickener is conventionally prepared by blending maize starch powder with a liquid of a lower temperature to obtain a translucent paste or a slurry fluid. Sauces, soups, gravies, custards are customary maize starch products. Other applications include starching laundry, anti-caking, sugar syrup making, natural latex manufacturing and glucose supplicants manufacturing.
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