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GPC Offers Family of Starches

December 9, 2005

Grain Processing Corporation (GPC), Muscatine, IA, features the Spress family of pregelatinized corn starches NF. The solubility of these starches allows all types of granulations to be produced with ease.
Spress B825 is a binder for fluid bed, continuous and conventional high-intensity granulations, while Spress B820 is a direct-compression tableting excipient. Pure-Cote and Instant Pure-Cote modified starches are for aqueous film coating and other applications requiring a clear, flexible film former. Maltrin maltodextrins and Pure-Dent USP/NF starches are functional excipients in wet and dry granulation, direct-compression tableting, aqueous film coating and liquid formulations. More info: (800) 448-4472; E-mail: sales@grainprocessing.com; Website: www.grain- processing.com.
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