Supplier's Corner

Micro-Encapsulate and Crystal Modifier Protect Ingredients

October 4, 2006

● Protection of heat-sensitive nutrient ingredients against high temperature process degradation is offered by Stepan EDS (Erythritol Distearate), a shell component developed by Stepan Company Food & Health Specialties, for use in high temperature micro-encapsulation applications.
Stepan EDS, characterized as a hard waxy flake with a bland taste, features a melting point of 80°C, to offer robust, high temperature protection when used as a carrier in fluid bed, pan coating, annular jet and spray chill systems. More info: www.stepan.com.
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