Definition of maltodextrin. : any of various carbohydrates derived from the partial hydrolysis of starch (as of corn or potatoes) and used in prepared foods especially as a filler and to enhance texture and flavor.
Offered under the category of sweetener, Maltodextrine is accessible in white powder form. Its melting point is 240 degree C and its boiling point is 527.1 degree C at 760mm/hg. This powder based substance is produced from wheat, potato starch, rice and corn. In food processing field, Maltodextrine is used as suitable filling agent or thickener. It is also used as suitable preservative to extend storage life of packed food products like packaged drinks, desserts and canned beverages. It has similar calorific value like table sugar or sucrose. But its glycemic index is higher than table sugar. We offer this substance at reasonable price range.