SSP has technology for production of various types of Derivaties (Dextrose, Glucose, Maltose, Maltodextrin, Sorbitol, Starch Plant)
Maltodextrins are startch hydrolysis products of less than 25 D.E, produced by hydrolysis of Corn starch by enzyme technique. They are then refined using clarification, carbon treatment and ion exchange. The final product is spray dried to a moisture level of 3% to 5%.
Dextrose is the trivial name given to crystalline D-Glucose. It is largely manufactured by Enzyme-Enzyme hydrolysis of starch; usually corn starch. Dextrose is available in the Monohydrate and Anhydrous form.
Commonly known as Glucose or corn Syrup, this is perhaps the most visible substitute of cane sugar. Liquid Glucose is an aqueous solution of compounds like Dextrose, Dextrins and Maltose. SSP technology for manufacturing of Liquid Glucose is by the incompleted acidic or enzymatic hydrolysis of starch folllowed by refining (filtration and ion exchange) & evaporation.