Resistant Starches

What are Resistant Starches?

Resistant starches are used to enhance texture, provide dietary fiber, and promote gut health through their prebiotic properties. They are named “resistant” because they resist digestion.

Resistant starches are often used in gluten-free products to improve the texture and structure of the final product.

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Resistant Starches Distributor & Supplier Information

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Information About Resistant Starches

Resistant starches are commonly used in baked goods like pasta and breads.

Resistant starches improve texture, increase fiber content, and aide in moisture retention.

Appearance: Resistant starches often appear as fine powders or granules.

Taste: Resistant starches typically have a neutral or mild taste. They do not contribute a strong flavor to foods.

Texture: In its raw form, resistant starch may feel slightly gritty or powdery.

About AIFI - A Resistant Starches Supplier & Distributor

American International Foods, Inc. is a leading resistant starches 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.