Trehalox™
Trehalose
Price : 30.00 EUR ( Click here to check you member price ) Package : 500 g/bottle
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Description

Trehalox™ Crystalline Trehalose is naturally occurring disaccharide with unique benefits for freshness extension by limiting water immigration, off-flavor and off-texture development in a wide range of applications, including bakery, snack, confectionery, meat and seafood, and processed fruit and vegetable.

Application

Products

Applications

Functionalities

Dosage

Trehalox™

Bakery products

Baked products

Moisture retention, Crumb softener

2%

Frozen baked products

Protein preservation, Freeze-thaw stabilization,  Crumb softener

13-18%

Beverages

Still drinks

Colour stabilization, pH stabilization

0.4%

Culinary

Wet instant noodles

Retard starch retrogradation and moisture  retention

0.2%

Pre-cooked rice

Retard starch retrogradation andmoisture  retention

0.4%

Confectionery

Jellies and gelatin

Moisture retention, Colour stabilization

15-30%

Frozen desserts

Freeze-thaw stabilization, Texture stabilization

13%

Confectionery and white chocolate for cookies or chips

Moisture retention, Reduced hygroscopicity

5-40%

Purees and fillings

Texture stabilization

 

Nutrition bars

Texture stabilization

 

Dairy

Dairy-based foods and toppings

Texture stabilization

2-12.5%

Fruit and vegetables

Dried, frozen, or processed fruits and vegetables

Colour stabilization

5%

Meat, poultry and seafood

Frozen processed meat

Protein preservation, Moisture retention

2-10%

Surimi

Protein preservation, Moisture retention

 

 

Key Benefits

- Anti-staling

- Reduce moisture migration

- Increase freeze-thaw stability

- Brilliant color retention

- Prevent off-flavor and off-texture

- Suppress protein denaturation

- Shelf-life extension

- Organic labeling

Regulation

Trehalose is approved as food ingredients/additive in China, Japan and USA and also as a Novel Food in the European Union.  The Joint Committee of Food Additives of the World Health Organization/Food Agricultural and Organization (JECFA of WHO/FAO) reviewed trehalose and provided an ADI of “not specified.”