What is Polydextrose?

Polydextrose is a synthetic polymer of glucose. It is created through the polymerization of dextrose (a simple sugar derived from corn) along with sorbitol and citric acid.

Polydextrose is often compatible with other food ingredients and can be used in conjunction with sweeteners, thickeners, and stabilizers.

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Polydextrose Distributor & Supplier Information

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Information About Polydextrose

Polydextrose is used in baked goods, confections, frozen foods, beverages, sugar-free formulations, snacks, and more due to its ability to add dietary fiber without altering taste or mouthfeel.

Polydextrose enhances texture, provides moisture retention, and acts as a low-calorie sugar substitute.

Appearance/Odor: Polydextrose is a white, odorless powder.

Solubility: Polydextrose is soluble in water and can be easily incorporated into liquid formulations.

About AIFI - A Polydextrose Supplier & Distributor

American International Foods, Inc. is a leading polydextrose supplier with an additional full service portfolio of over 2500 food and beverage ingredients. We offer one of the most extensive lines of fibers distributed to manufacturers and processors in the food, beverage, pet food, health and nutrition sectors. With a strategic nationwide warehouse network and our reliable just-in-time deliveries, we can supply your business with high quality fibers at competitive prices.