Handbook on Maize (Corn) Processing and Manufacture of Maize Products

Handbook on Maize (Corn) Processing and Manufacture of Maize Products
Handbook on Maize (Corn) Processing and Manufacture of Maize Products
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Product Description

Corn is alsoprocessed into a multitude of food and industrial products including:-

Ø  is a yellow powder made from finely ground, dried corn,while cornstarch is a fine, white powder made from the starchy part of a cornkernel.

Ø  is a sweetener derived from corn syrup,which is processed from corn.

Ø  contains some healthy components like vitamin E andphytosterols, but overall it's not considered a healthy fat.

Ø  is produced from corn biomass and is the mainsource of ethanol fuel, mandated to be blended with gasoline in the RenewableFuel Standard.

Ø  Ø  can be used as sweetener in baked goods,candies, gums, dairy products like some ice-creams and frozen yogurts, cannedfoods, cured meats etc.

Ø  is a sugar that tastes less sweet than table sugar. Itcontains no fructose and is used as a substitute for high-fructose corn syrup.

Ø  is a white powder made from corn. To make it,first the starches are cooked, and then acids or enzymes such as heat-stablebacterial alpha-amylase are added to break it down further.

Ø  is the name of a simple sugar made from corn that'schemically identical to glucose, or blood sugar.

Ø  Sorbitol, or glucitol as it is sometimes called, is aslow-metabolizing sugar alcohol derived from fruits, corn and seaweed.

The global maize market isexpected to grow at a CAGR of 3.8%. The factors that affect the demand forstarch mainly include population growth and industrial development of acountry; specifically the food and beverage, textiles, paper and printing,pharmaceuticals and other health and beauty products, and adhesives.

The demand for high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) sweetenersacross the country is majorly due to its wide usage in the confectionery,bakery, and beverage industries, especially soft drink manufacturing. Risinghealth awareness among consumers has resulted into increasing preference forcorn oil due to its health benefits. More ethanol production means more demandfor corn. According to the most recent statistics released by the U.S.Department of Agriculture, 35%, or 5.25 billion bushels, of the projected 15.062billion bushels of corn harvested will be processed into ethanol. 

The book covers a wide range of topics connected to MaizeProducts, as well as their manufacturing processes. It also includes contactinformation for machinery suppliers, as well as images of equipments.

A complete guide on Maize (Corn) Processing and Manufacture of MaizeProducts manufacture and entrepreneurship. This book serves as a one-stop shopfor everything you need to know about the Maize manufacturing industry, whichis ripe with opportunity for manufacturers, merchants, and entrepreneurs. Thisis the only book that covers Maize (Corn) Processing and Manufacture of MaizeProducts in depth. From concept through equipment procurement, it is averitable feast of how-to information.
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