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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. Cassava chips and pellets are used in animal feed and alcohol production.
Cassava chips as an alternative source of raw materials for the production of wine as well as medical and industrial alcohol.
 Animal feed
Cassava roots can be processed into chips and pellets can be used in livestock feed for cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, poultry, and fish. Cassava is a food source for livestock.
Cassava is widely used as food in Nigeria. It is mainly consumed in the form of Gari, Fufu, tapioca, starch, kpokpogari, and lafun. In the northern part of the country, it is eaten raw as a snack. Modify starch derivatives or starch has been applied for thickening, binding, texturing and stabilizing a range of food products such as canned foods, frozen foods, salad dressings, sauces , and infant foods.
Modify starch derivatives or starch is used in confectionery for different purposes such as thickening and glass
Tapioca is a common source to make monosodium glutamate in Asia. It is used to enhance the flavor of food, for example, Ajinomoto.
Glucose and fructose from starch used alternative to sucrose in canned fruits and jam. Cassava-based sweeteners are preferred in beverage formulations for features improved handling and enhanced product features.
Tapioca starches are used as binders, fillers, and disintegrating agents
Tapioca is an important raw material in glue creation. Dextrates starch-based binder is great and is used in many applications including pre gummed papers, tapes, labels, stamps and envelopes.
Biodegradable products
Starch can be used as a biodegradable polymer to replace plastics in packaging materials.
Glue made from cassava is an important material in the manufacture of plywood. The quality of plywood depends very much on the glue used.
Converted starch is used in the wet stage flocculate paper pulp, improve speed and reduce the loss of pulp. Native starch and modified also used in the encoding and the size of the paper, improve strength, codings bound with sheets, and controlling ink consumption to improve print quality.
Cassava starch is used in the three stages of textile processing: size hard fibers and protect it during the weaving process, to improve color uniformity in the printing process, and to make durable fabric and shine 

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