C☆Sweet® L low DE glucose syrups
Meeting the requirements for high-quality spray drying of coffee creamers
Glucose syrups with lower DE (dextrose equivalent) values are used in the spray drying of coffee creamers due to their functional benefits.
The characteristics needed for usage of syrups in coffee creamers is very specific and determined by the percentage of declarable sugars, the hygroscopicity, the glass transition temperature and viscosity. These impact the quality of spray drying and careful optimization of the composition can ensure best performance.
Our new C✩Sweet® L range of low DE glucose syrups – derived from wheat - is specifically designed for use in spray drying of coffee creamers. In Europe, they are labeled as glucose syrups.
We offer a range of very low DE glucose syrups to help meet the requirements for high quality spray drying of coffee creamers with limited increase in viscosity.
Especially manufacturers using classic single or multi-stage dryers which are more sensible to stickiness will benefit from our new range.
|C✩Sweet® L 01403||C✩Sweet® L 01436||C✩Sweet® L 01406||C✩Sweet® L 01405|
|Product Type||Standard 30 DE syrup||Low 28 DE syrup||Low 25 DE syrup||
Low 22 DE syrup
|Dry substance (d.s.)||71.3-72.3||71.8-73||72-73||70-71|
DP1 + DP2
|Glass transition temperature*||90||94||99||105|
|Nose curve humidity and temperature tolerance in the dryer||Low||Medium||High||Very High|
* Temperature at which a reversible transition from hard/brittle “glassy’’ state to viscous/rubbery “sticky” state occurs when temperature is increased.
Sustainably sourced wheat
To support customer corporate sustainability commitments, Cargill in Europe can offer C✩Sweet® L produced from sustainably sourced wheat that is benchmarked Silver against the SAI Platform Farm Sustainability Assessment, an industry recognized certification system.
Some Cargill products are only approved for use in certain geographies, end uses, and/or at certain usage levels. It is the customer's responsibility to determine, for a particular geography, that (i) the Cargill product, its use and usage levels, (ii) the customer's product and its use, and (iii) any claims made about the customer's product, all comply with applicable laws and regulations.