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WO2016195814A1 - Cheese product with modified starches - Google Patents

To browse Academia. Skip to main content. By using our site, you agree to our collection of information through the use of cookies. To learn more, view our Privacy Policy. Log In Sign Up. Download Free PDF. Modification of Cassava Starch for Industrial Uses. Jackson Akpa. Download PDF. A short summary of this paper. Functional properties ash content, pH, moisture content, gelatinization temperature, swelling power, swelling volume, solubility and viscosity of the modified starch were compared with those of the native cassava starch.

The modified starches had varying degrees of improvements in properties in descending order as: modification with sodium acetate, ammonium phosphate, sodium acetate with adipic acid, sodium acetate with fumaric acid. Starch modified with sodium acetate and ammonium phosphate showed great improvement in their gelatinization temperature with values of 79oF and 75oF compared with 69oF of the native starch, solubility of Keywords: Cassava starch, modification, cross linking, functional properties 1.

Native starches also yield pastes of poor stability which decreases its shelf life Starch is one of the most important but flexible food storage stability causes shrinkage and the release of ingredients possessing value added attributes for water.

In order to improve on the desirable functional innumerable industrial applications. The most common properties and overcome its limitations, native starches sources of food starch are corn, potato, wheat, are often modified. Cassava is second only to sweet physical and chemical characteristics to improve potato as the most important starchy root crop of the structural properties can be used to improve inherent tropics Grace, It is now grown widely as food poor physio-chemical properties of native starch thus crop and for industrial purposes.

In Nigeria, cassava is a tailor it to specific industrial applications Cock, ; staple food for both rural and urban areas and in recent Miyazaki et al. Practically every industry in existence uses starch biological modifications. Among these modification or its derivatives in one form or another.

In foods and methods, chemical means is the most frequently used pharmaceuticals starch is used to influence or control such process Daramola and Osanyinlusi, Chemical characteristics as texture, moisture, consistency and shelf modification of starch involves the treatment of native stability. It can be used to bind or to disintegrate; to starch with specific chemicals reagent. This definition expand or to densify; to clarify or to opacify; to attract includes acetylated, oxidized, lintnerized, moisture or to inhibit moisture; to produce smooth texture pyrodextrinized, hydroxypropylated and cross-linked or pulpy texture, soft coatings or crisp coatings.

It can be starches Kaur et. Starch truly serves as a multifunctional ingredient in the Modification using the method of cross linking increases food industry. Miyazaki et al. Cross-linking and substitution to withstand processing conditions such as extreme are two methods for making modified starches. Cross- temperature has low thermal resistance , diverse pH and linked starch is more resistant to acid, heat and shearing high shear rate has low shear resistance Singh et al.

All rights reserved. Add fluxing Agent The objective of this study is to evaluate the effect of modification by cross linking on some physicochemical Stir for 5 min and rheological properties of starch obtained from a species of Nigerian cassava native starch. Starch extracted from cassava is modify by the method of cross- Add Alkaline Catalyst linking using ammonium phosphate, sodium acetate, Mix for 20 min sodium acetate with adipic and fumaric acids respectively and its properties gelatinization temperature, moisture Add cross linking agent content, pH, viscosity, solubility, swelling power and Neutralize with Acid volume and ash content determined and compared with that of the unmodified native starch.

These results may be Mix for 15 min useful in finding new applications for this type of cross- linked starch in food and non-food productions. Science and Technology, Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Figure 1: Flow chart for the preparation of modified cassava 2. Cassava roots were peeled, Sodium Acetate washed and disintegrated in a grating machine. The mesh was filtered container, add 0. The starch was separated from the water by alkaline catalyst , mix for 20 minutes, add 29g of sodium sedimentation and decantation.

The starch was set in an acetate cross linking agent mix for 15 minutes, heat oven to dry. The native starch was labelled 1. Starches 2. The modified starches were add 20g of sodium hydroxide alkaline catalyst , mix for labelled 2, 3, 4 and 5 respectively. Weigh g of native cassava starch into a plastic container, add 2.

The dishes were removed and add 20g of sodium hydroxide alkaline catalyst , mix for weighed as quickly as possible. The moisture content in 20 minutes, add 29g of sodium acetate and Weight of sample before drying 3. The samples were poured into graduated improvements in quality of the modified starch when centrifuge tubes appropriately labelled.

The solution was compared with those of the native starches; hence ascertain the impact of modification. The ash content, pH, shaking the sample gently to ensure that the starch gelatinization temperature, and moisture content were granules remain in suspension until gelatinization occurs.

The samples were cooled to room temperature under running water and centrifuged for 30 minutes at rpm. After centrifuging, the swelling 3. The supernatant was weight. The crucible was put into a furnace and the separated from the sediment, put in a metal dish, weighed, sample left to ash.

The out of the furnace, cooled to room temperature and starch swelling power and solubility were determined weighed. The ash content of the sample was calculated according to equations 3 and 4. The gelatinized starch was heated to a desired temperature 3. The spindle was set at speeds rate of 10, 20, 50, rpm and the viscometer readings taken 1. This is the gel point and the temperature at this point was read off as the gelatinization temperature.

Mahmut and Sosulski and Huang et. Starch modified with a high decomposition temperature. Hence the ash content can be samples did not exceed the maximum allowable limit considered an indication of clean processing. Modification by cross-linking decreases the ash content of 4. This trend is obtained from the results of the ash content of the modified The gelatinization temperature of starch is the temperature starches shown in Table 1; indicating that modification by at which the starch forms a completely transparent gel.

However the Gelatinization is a process that breaks down the neutralization of sodium acetate with adipic acid intermolecular bonds of starch molecules in the presence increased the ash content.

This penetration of water increases 4. As expected the stronger the bond between the starch molecules, the The pH of a substance is the degree of acidity or alkalinity higher the amount of heat required to break the inter- of that substance. Starch pastes from cross-linked starches molecular bond and therefore, the higher the gel have been reported to be less likely to break down with temperature Singh-Sodhi and Singh, Cross-linking extended cooking times and possess increased acidity or treatment is intended to add intra and inter-molecular severe shear Langan, Modification increased the bonds at random locations in the starch granule that pH of the native starch from 5.

Hence modification by cross linking increases the with adipic acid, ammonium phosphate, sodium acetate gel temperature of modified starches. This trend is shown neutralized with fumaric acid and sodium acetate in Table 1 as all modified starches had higher gel respectively. It is necessary that the pH of starch tends temperatures than the native starch.

The addition of adipic towards neutrality so that it can be used in industries acid and fumaric acid respectively to the sodium acetate where a change in the pH of products is not desired. This, modified starch reduced the reaction efficiency of the modification by cross-linking achieved with improved pH modification as observed in the reduction of their gel values of the native starch to desirable limits of neutrality.

Similar thermal properties for cross-linked wheat starch were also reported by Choi and Kerr The higher the moisture content the lower Guerrero and Betancur, Higher values promote growth of Solubility Of Samples organisms which causes odours and off-flavour.

This enables water molecules to become more water solubility and water absorption of cross-linked attached to the starch molecules. The granules continue to starch. Cross-linking has been reported to decrease 4. All modified starches show a decrease in as temperature increases Coulson and Richardson, The solubility of applying a suitable chemical modification Agboola et al.

Table 1 Increasing the level of cross-linking has been shows that the native starch sample has zero percent reported to reduce or may completely prevent granule solubility. This is because the granules have not been swelling which results in a decrease in viscosity tampered with or ruptured.

Results from modification by Strivastava and Patal, The viscosity-temperature cross-linking in Table 1 show an increase in solubility of behaviour of the native and modified starch samples are all modified starches with sodium acetate modified starch shown in Figure 2. The results show that modification by having the highest solubility of All the modified starches rupture of the starch granules. The starch modified with show a decrease in viscosity at all temperatures compared sodium acetate neutralized with fumaric acid has the to the un-modified native starch.

The viscosity of native lowest solubility among the modified starches. Singh et. They the modified starches with sodium acetate neutralized have indicated that the resistance of a cross-linked starch with adipic and fumaric acids respectively gave unstable towards solubility and swelling increases by increasing viscosity-temperature behaviour. Resistant Starch.

Effect of Pressure Cooking, Starch, Starch modified with sodium acetate had the best 60, 6 , improvement of the functional properties of the native starch. The increased gel temperature gives stronger inter-molecular bonds and makes this starch [4] Austin, G. However, the starch modified with sodium acetate mixed with adipic acid also showed an increase in gel [6] Choi, S.

Modified starches : properties and uses

Modified potato starches may be used in cheese analogue and cheese process products because these particular starches typically have a low gelatinization temperature and an ability to form firm gels without restricting the melt properties of the cheese product. Traditional modified corn starches may require a higher heating temperature compared to modified potato starches and corn starches may restrict the melt properties of the cheese products. In one embodiment, the present invention provides a cheese analogue product comprising less than 25 wt. In some embodiments, the modified starch is a corn-derived modified starch such as waxy corn starch or modified dent corn starch. In still other embodiments, the modified starch is an acid thinning corn starch or an n-octenylsuccinic anhydride modified corn starch. In alternative embodiments, the modified starch is a tapioca- derived modified starch. The cheese analogue products of this invention may be further characterized by stretch, shred, flowability, firmness, or hardness characteristics that are determined or measured as described below.


applications of chemically modified starches in the food industry. Keywords: reactions of starch, hydrolysis, esterification, etherification, baked.


Modified starch

Modified starch , also called starch derivatives , are prepared by physically , enzymatically , or chemically treating native starch to change its properties. They are also used in many other applications. Starches are modified to enhance their performance in different applications. Starches may be modified to increase their stability against excessive heat, acid, shear, time, cooling, or freezing; to change their texture ; to decrease or increase their viscosity ; to lengthen or shorten gelatinization time; or to increase their visco-stability. Acid-treated starch INS , [3] also called thin boiling starch, is prepared by treating starch or starch granules with inorganic acids , e.

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In this article, the state of knowledge on conventional and unconventional starches and their properties, characteristics, modifications and applications are reviewed.

Modification of Cassava Starch for Industrial Uses

As a recyclable natural material, starch is an important raw material in food and other fields. The native starch by esterification could improve the performance of the original starch and expand its range of application. This article reviews the preparation process of acetylated distarch adipate, starch sodium octenylsuccinate, starch acetate, hydroxypropyl starch, and starch phosphate and research into the influence of starch esters on dough.

Overview - starch properties Why modification? To achieve many new functionalities!! Confering rheology. Retrogradation, gelling, amylose crystallisation, freeze-thaw-stability Film forming properties.


Modified starches: Properties and uses Edited by O. B. Wurzburg, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, pp. vi + , price £ Download PDF. back.


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Overview - starch properties Why modification? To achieve many new functionalities!! Confering rheology. Retrogradation, gelling, amylose crystallisation, freeze-thaw-stability Film forming properties. Starch Convention Martin Kozich. Starches for food application native starches physically modified starches chemically modified starches. Chemically modified starches are used, because they provide functional attributes in food applications that native starches normally cannot provide.

Modified starches

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WO2016195814A1 - Cheese product with modified starches - Google Patents

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