Archer Daniels Midland Company
Fibersol-2TM digestion resistant maltodextrin is great for consumers because it’s a soluble dietary fiber that doesn’t act like one. It doesn’t affect the taste of foods and doesn’t leave clear or transparent beverages cloudy or gritty. Fibersol-2 digestion resistant maltodextrin is multifunctional and can be used in countless applications, so it’s perfect for formulators, as well as consumers. In addition to rapid dispersion, this fiber is clear or transparent in solution, highly soluble, and stable under virtually all conditions. Fibersol-2 digestion resistant maltodextrin is also a very low viscosity, low hygroscopicity, and low sweetness fiber source with water-binding and body- and texture-improving characteristics.
Now you can increase the dietary fiber content — and nutritional value — of practically any food, beverage, or supplement. In fact, you can meet your customers’ recommended daily allowance of fiber—25 grams—by using Fibersol-2 digestion resistant maltodextrin in your applications. And even at high levels, Fibersol-2 digestion resistant maltodextrin doesn’t affect the taste or interfere with mineral or calcium absorption — so it’s an excellent fiber source for consumers of any age! Fibersol-2 digestion resistant maltodextrin can be incorporated into all types of beverages, processed foods, cultured dairy products and frozen dairy desserts, confections, dietary supplements in every form.
Meet consumers’ needs for a great-tasting fiber source and your needs for an easy-to-use fiber ingredient. As with all ADM ingredients, Fibersol-2 digestion resistant maltodextrin is backed by a technical support team that understands ingredient technology and is committed to providing application solutions.
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