Simple, yet powerful.
Recognizing that individual native starches may not offer the full functionality desired, SimPure™ leverages the unique properties of a variety of botanical sources to address some of today's most important texturizing challenges.
Our growing SimPure™ portfolio currently includes waxy corn-, potato-, and tapioca-based starches. SimPure™ label-friendly functional starches help address consumers' desire for label-friendly products, along with greater process tolerance, shelf life and storage stability.
SimPure™ 994 Portfolio
Waxy corn-based starches ideal for culinary applications like frozen ready-meals/canned-soups/sauces/meals and canned pet food, offering moderate to very high process stability.
Creates rich texture in frozen ready meals and canned soups/sauces/meals.
SimPure™ 99400 is a label-friendly, non-gelling waxy corn starch that offers consistent performance, comparable to modified starches, with little to no reformulation. The Non-GMO Project Verified starch is ideal for kettle-cooked products that undergo mild to moderate processing conditions at neutral pH conditions.
Satisfying, label-friendly texture in culinary/convenience applications, dairy desserts and fruit preps.
SimPure™ 99405 is a non-gelling waxy corn starch that delivers label-friendly performance in foods that undergo more intense heating and shear, such as kettle-cooked products at low pH conditions and agitated/short-cycle retort processes. The Non-GMO Project Verified starch is easy to use, replacing modified starches with little to no reformulation. In addition to its consistent functional performance, like all products in the SimPure™ portfolio, it enables simple starch labeling.
Satisfying, label-friendly texture in frozen ready meals and canned soups/sauces/meals.
SimPure™ 99409 is a non-gelling waxy corn starch that is ideal for harsh processing conditions such as still-retort cooking, low pH conditions and high shear applications. In canned/retorted products, it serves as a single-system viscosifier. This Non-GMO Project Verified starch delivers a rich, satisfying mouthfeel and comparable viscosity to modified starches.
SimPure™ 996 Portfolio
Tapioca-based starch solutions for dairy/dairy alternatives, meat/meat alternatives, and pet foods.
Gives structure to meat/meat alternatives and canned pet food.
SimPure™ 99600 is a tapioca starch that provides soft-gelling properties that help create firm-but-succulent meat alternatives that require refrigeration stability. The Non-GMO Project Verified starch offers excellent water-holding capacity to reduce purge and improve juiciness.
Creates indulgent textures in dairy/dairy alternatives. Gives structure to canned pet food.
SimPure™ 99605 is a tapioca starch that provides soft-gelling properties and good cold-storage stability in more highly processed dairy/dairy alternative products. In canned pet food, this Non-GMO Project Verified starch adds structure and firmness while withstanding harsh retort conditions to bind water and fat in loaf products.
SimPure™ 999 Portfolio
Tapioca-based starch solutions for dairy/dairy alternatives, dairy fruit prep, soups/sauces/ready meals and canned pet foods.
Indulgent, creamy texture in soups/sauces/ready meals and canned pet foods.
SimPure™ 99900 is a non-gelling tapioca starch that creates creamy, indulgent textures thanks to its fat-mimetic properties. The Non-GMO Project Verified starch offers excellent cold-storage stability, controlling syneresis over shelf-life.
Label-friendly solution for dairy/dairy alternatives, dairy fruit prep and canned pet food.
SimPure™ 99905 is a non-gelling tapioca starch that creates smooth, creamy textures in dairy/dairy alternatives. In dairy fruit prep, the Non-GMO Project Verified starch provides enough viscosity to keep fruit particulates in suspension but remains fluid for easy pumping. In canned pet food, it serves as a single-system viscosifier for gravy, providing additional emulsion stability.
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.