Polydextrose is a complex carbohydrate that belongs to the category of soluble dietary fibers. It is commonly used as a low-calorie, low-glycemic, and low-sugar food ingredient. Polydextrose is virtually tasteless and has a neutral flavor, making it an ideal ingredient for a wide range of food products. It also has the ability to provide bulk, texture, and mouthfeel similar to sugar, contributing to the overall sensory experience of foods. It is stable at a wide range of temperatures and pH levels, making it suitable for both hot and cold processing.
Product Usage: Dairy products, baked goods, confectionery, beverages, cereal bars, dressings, and nutritional supplements.