EPC Engineering Consulting GmbH

Starch-Rich Raw Materials



Efficient plant concepts for producing cereal products at internationally competitive prices.

Native/ modified starch

Starch is an ingredient of many foods and technical applications. The increasing diversity of possible technical applications is also made possible by the large quantities of starch available in uniform quality and high chemical purity.

The technological capabilities of a modern industrial operation and process  optimization enable EPC to modify the specific properties of the starch precisely so that it optimally  fulfills the desired technological purpose.

Glucose/ maltose/ GFS/ sorbitol/ dextrose

Glucose syrup, malt extract, fructose syrup, glucose-fructose syrup (GFS) and sorbitol are primarily used in the industrial production of foodstuffs to sweeten foods and beverages. These types of syrup are consequently among the most important products of the starch industry.

These syrups are produced at low cost from both cereals, such as maize and wheat, and other starch-rich raw materials, such as potatoes and cassava.  Currently, these syrups are produced in industrial plants by saccharification of starch.

Well-developed technologies and efficient plant designs enable our customers to produce select, high-quality cereal products at internationally competitive prices. The planning gives the highest priority to the specific requirements of the demanding foodstuffs industry.

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