E1413 - пищевая добавка, стабилизатор, загуститель: фосфатированный дикрахмалфосфат, phosphated distarch phosphate (Е1413)

Phosphated distarch phosphate is prepared by undergoing a combination of treatments. The starch is treated with phosphoric acid then esterified with sodium trimetaphosphate or phosphorus oxychloride to produce a white or nearly white powder, granules, or flakes. It is a modified resistant starch, meaning it's considered as a dietary fibre. It is derived from high amylose starch and contains a minimum of 70% fibre. It is stable against heat and acids and is used as a thickener, stabiliser and binder in particular for foods that are freeze-thawed. Also used in in batters for frozen foods, puddings, desserts, sauces, mayonnaise, salad dressings, pies and fillings, and instant beverages and dried foods. Currently it's being reviewed for use in a range of low moisture foods as a source of dietary fibre, including cakes, biscuits, crackers, cereals, bread products etc.

No known adverse effects, further testing required.

Common Uses

Used predominately in batters for frozen foods, puddings, desserts, custards, sauces, mayonnaise, salad dressings, pies and fillings, and instant beverages, dried foods, infant foods and follow-on products, weaning foods for infants. Other foods include fermented milk, drinking yoghurt, flavoured milks, whipped creams, unripened cheese, whey products, fat-based desserts, semi-preserved or frozen fish and some seafood, coffee, coffee substitutes, tea, herbals teats, hot cereal, breakfast oats, pre-cooked pastas and noodles, starch based desserts (rice pudding, tapioca), dried or heat-coagulated eggs, confectionary, and many more.

 
 

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