Native pea starch
- Plant name:
- Pisum sativum
- Europe, Middle East, Asia
- Rich in protein
- Film and gel-forming properties
Pea starch is a carbohydrate product that is rich in native starch and protein (14% typical value). The product is also rich in amylose, which promotes its gel-forming properties. Pea starch is produced by the mechanical dry separation of the part rich in starch. The product is then grinded into a yellowish granulate, flour or fine powder, which exhibits the characteristic aroma and flavour of peas. Pea starch is also available in pellet form.
Pea starch has excellent film and gel-forming properties, which makes it suitable for various applications in food and animal feed production.
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|Shelf life||12 monts|