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    • Cassava Starch Production

      Cassava Starch Production

      Starch is one of the most abundant substances in nature, a renewable and almost unlimited resource. Starch is produced from grain or root crops. It is mainly used as food, but is also readily converted chemically, physically, and biologically into many useful products to date, starch is used to produce such diverse products as food, paper, textiles, adhesives, beverages, confectionery, pharmaceuticals, and building materials. Cassava starch has many remarkable characteristics, including high paste viscosity, high paste clarity, and high freeze-thaw stability, which are advantageous to many industries
    • About The application of Cassava Starch

      About The application of Cassava Starch

      Cassava applied in a variety of products such as food, confectionery, sweeteners, glues, plywood, textiles, paper, biodegradable products, monosodium glutamate, and drugs. 
    • Processing of cassava feed

      Processing of cassava feed

      Cassava processing as animal feed, roots, stems and leaves of cassava are many practical uses. The root is the main source of raw materials for animal feed are used to make starch, dried cassava, cassava flour mill.
    • Cassava Starch From Body Can Do Food For The 30 Million

      Cassava Starch From Body Can Do Food For The 30 Million

      Experts said that the use of cassava flour from the trunk can supply food to more than 30 million people without using more land for cultivation.
    • Nghe An: Exports 2,700 tons of peanuts on

      Nghe An: Exports 2,700 tons of peanuts on

      From the beginning of the season so far, Nghe An province exported more than 2,700 tons of peanuts. Currently many companies are continuing to purchase peanuts still in the population of about 6,000 tons.
    • Tapioca Utility

      Tapioca Utility

       Tapioca starch is used for food and industry. Vietnam is currently one of the two largest producer and exporter of tapioca flour in the world, after Thailand
    • Cassava exports to Japan up 26%

      Cassava exports to Japan up 26%

      The country exported 3.05 million tonnes of cassava, worth US$951 million, in the first eight months of the year.
      This amounts to 26 per cent and 29 per cent year-on-year increases in terms of quantity and value, respectively.
      Statistics from the agriculture and rural development ministry showed that China was still the largest cassava importer, accounting for 89 per cent of the total exports, posting a year-on-year increase of 53 per cent and 46 per cent in quantity and value, respectively.
    • CASSAVA STARCH

      CASSAVA STARCH

      The export market for cassava is highly competitive and in many cases relies on the development of innovative products. Because cassava starches are intermediate products, they need to meet the needs of the final product. Therefore it is quite difficult to develop and expand the cassava starch markets without a good understanding of how the starch is going to be used. Much of the industry depends on cooperation between starch producers and starch users.
    • Tapioca Starch: The Aztec Thickener

      Tapioca Starch: The Aztec Thickener

      Tapioca consists of starch extracted from the cassava root. Cassava was one of the main food sources of Native Americans throughout South America. It is thought that it originated south of the Amazon River in what is now Brazil. It was being cultivated by the people in this region as far back as 8000 BC. By 6000 BC, it was being grown in what is now Mexico and in Peru by 2000 BC. Its cultivation would spread throughout the Caribbean well before the arrival of the Europeans.
    • Nutritional value of cassava

      Nutritional value of cassava

      Cassava has many names across many continents. The English word is cassava, but in South American in the area around Brazil it is called madioca. In Africa where French is spoken it is called manioc. In Spanish-speaking countries it is called yuca. Here in Asia we call it tapioca.
    • PROPOSAL OF PREFERENTIAL POLICIES FOR CASSAVA TREE

      PROPOSAL OF PREFERENTIAL POLICIES FOR CASSAVA TREE

      Vietnam Cassava Association recommends the Prime Minister to adopt preferential policies for cassava as applied to rice, sugar cane and coffee trees to ensure the sustainable development of the cassava industry.

      Vietnam Cassava Association said that with an area of ​​about 550 thousand hectares, yield of 10 million tons / year, cassava is being planted from north to south, present in all 6 ecological regions in the country, attracting over 50,000 laborers for plants, processing facilities and 1.2 million cassava workers. Each hectare of cassava yields about 11.6 million VND, slightly lower than that of rice (14 million VND / ha / year).
    • VIETNAM TAPIOCA STARCH HIGH QUALITY

      VIETNAM TAPIOCA STARCH HIGH QUALITY

      Hoang Dang processing foodstuff CO., LTD (Trade name: HODACOM) is located in Vinh city, Nghe An province, Viet Nam, where is near airport, seaport, national highway, transrailway. Our factory is located in Tay Ninh province, Vietnam, where is about 120km from Hochiminh port - Vietnam. 
    • LEARN ABOUT CASSAVA IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY

      LEARN ABOUT CASSAVA IN FOOD TECHNOLOGY

       Structure of cassava tubers - Cassava is a tuber with a core (heart tubers) connection from trunk to tail along the tubers and roots. - Components: wood chips, bark pulp, meat cassava, cassava core.   Compared with other root vegetables cassava bark is distinctive types of shells and most easily separated. 
    • Creation of cassava spit machine

      Creation of cassava spit machine

      THỪA THIÊN-HUẾ — A secondary school student, Võ Hoàng Khanh, from Thừa Thiên-Huế Province, has designed an agricultural tool that allows farmers to easily uproot the cassava plant during harvest.
      Khanh hails from the central province’s Quảng Phú Commune, where a majority of the farmers, including his parents, grow rice and cassava. In his free time, Khanh helps his father harvest the crops.
    • 5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CASSAVA FLOUR

      5 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT CASSAVA FLOUR

      Is cassava flour the holy grail of gluten-free, grain-free cooking? It very well may be. But first, there are 5 things you need to know about it. 
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